We are looking forward to some fun and exciting activities and fellowship with more than 100 Royal Ambassadors and their leaders from around the state on Nov. 1. Our church is the host for this year’s R.A. Field Day, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., boys in grades 1-6 and their leaders will receive training in what it means to be an R.A. and enjoy games and activities including a traditional R.A. racer competition and an obstacle course.
The R.A. missions discipleship program is designed for boys in grades 1-6, but the whole idea of the program is for young students to carry the values and message of the program with them into adulthood.
The pledge reads: As a Royal Ambassador I will do my best:
To become a well-informed, responsible follower of Christ;
To have a Christ-like concern for all people;
To learn how to carry the message of Christ around the world;
To work with others in sharing Christ; and
To keep myself clean and healthy in mind and body.
It’s not just six years and then you are done, once you’re an R.A., you’re an R.A. for life. The whole church is welcome to come out and see what it’s all about, whether you’re an R.A. alumni or not. We’re going to have a great time.
-Terry Ogletree, R.A. leader