The Simple Math: Division Never Brings Addition or Multiplication

Black vs. White. Masks vs. No Masks. Vaccine vs Natural Immunity. No matter what the issue, division within The Church is catastrophic and originates from The Enemy. A divided Church will never add to its numbers or multiply, and that is why The Enemy is distracting us from our primary mission. As soon as I […]

The Spiritual Impact of Summer Camp 2021

Summer Camp for South Texas Royal Rangers ended on Sunday, June 27, but from my perspective as the Camp Coordinator, the impact continues strong.  Many experienced why we refer to these camps as “A Summer Camp With A Purpose!”  Testimonies are still flowing in and it is wonderful to hear all that happened for God’s […]

National Camporama: What’s the “Why?”

I’ll never forget the first time I went to Camp Eagle Rock in Southern Missouri. Seeing pictures of the camp in printed materials and my Royal Rangers handbooks had me dreaming of experiencing that adventure for myself. Being a kid from Gulf Coast, I was mesmerized by the thought of camping in the Ozark Mountains, […]

A Summer Camp with a Purpose!

The premier leadership training and experience for young men and boys in South Texas Royal Rangers is Summer Camp. No where else in his Royal Ranger experience will a boy encounter such quality and focused leadership & discipleship training. With a Spirit-led staff full of experienced, godly men – each young man will walk away […]

The Importance of Advancement

This past weekend, over 50 Rangers gathered at Camp Williams for the Frontiersman Camping Fellowship (FCF) Trace. The weekend was a bustle of activity and events. We initiated 7 new Frontiersmen members, had 4 members advance to their Buckskin (one of which was a boy who had been involved for exactly 1 year), recognized 3 […]

Carried To, and Through the Valley

We are having revival meetings at our church this week and on the second night of the revival, the speaker Evangelist Matthew Eckart preached on the Valley of Dry Bones. He drew attention to the first verse where he stressed that Ezekiel didn’t get lost and wonder into the valley.  He wasn’t led there by […]

Memorial Stones

In the first chapter of the book of Joshua, we see Joshua as the new leader of Israel. His was an immense task as he followed Moses and learned to follow God. In verse 3:7, God tells Joshua that He will exalt him among his people. Joshua had to trust God as he and the […]

Light It Up

As we are all preparing for Powwow this weekend, I can’t help but ponder how timely the theme and scripture basis is for this year’s event. Nobody but the Holy Spirit could have known what the year 2020 would hold as Jason, Chad, and the members of the South Texas Royal Rangers Executive Committee began […]

It’s Halftime – Finish Strong!

I remember well sitting at my Pastor’s home in Hawaii after church watching the Houston Oilers take on the Buffalo Bills in a wild card game on Sunday, January 3rd, 1993.  What an exciting first half!  My wife and I were on cloud nine, and feeling pretty good about our home town Oilers chances leading […]

The Beacon

I have always been fascinated by lighthouses!  While each is different in shape, color, position and age, they have one purpose: to send a guiding light to passing ships leading them away from danger and ultimately to safety. Starting in the early 1970’s and running for over 40 years, South Texas Royal Rangers’ quarterly newsletter […]