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November 21, 2019

This project is now a few years old.  However we still need your help to keep it up to date. Do you have any history for your activities at outpost, sectional, district, regional, or national events for 2019 or before? We would love to get a copy and get it posted on the history site. Whether is it Pow Wow packets, FCF packets, posters, documents, patch scans, staff listings, etc.  All history for your district and section can be posted. Please contact Mark Oliver and it will get updated quickly. We ask that patch scans/photos be a minimum resolution of 300x300. If you take a photo, please put one patch per picture and take the photo close to the patch so we get it up close.

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November 21, 2019

Have you earned your 2019 contributor patch? If not, it is not too late. There are a few left. Read more on the home page about how to earn one.

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This site is managed by the North Texas Royal Rangers on behalf of and is the exclusively authorized history site of the national Royal Rangers ministries office, Springfield, MO. Contacts for this site include Mark Oliver and Jonathan Trower.

Marshall Bruner

 

Announcement of Marshall Bruner’s Appointment to National Royal Rangers Office

High Adventure Leader, Spring, 1990

Marshall Bruner has been named editor/promotions coordinator for the national Royal Rangers ministry. He began his duties in November 1989.

In his new position, Marshall serves as editor for the High Adventure and High Adventure Leader.

Prior to coming to Royal Rangers, Marshall worked more than 3 ½ years on the editorial staff of the Division of Foreign Missions. He began at DFM after earning a bachelor’s degree in writing from Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield.

Marshall has been an employee of the General Council of the Assemblies of God since 1980. While working in the Production Department, he attended SMSU and worked as editor or writer for various publications in Springfield.

Marshall is a third-generation Assemblies of God adherent and a native of southwest Missouri. He served in the U.S. Army for more than 3 years prior to coming to work at Headquarters.

Marshall met his wife Jan, also employed at Headquarters, while working at the Headquarters’ complex. They have been married more than 9 years and have a toddler daughter, Meagan.

“I consider myself fortunate to serve the Royal Rangers of America during this great Decade of Harvest,” said Marshall. “I believe God is leading this Fellowship into the greatest days it has ever witnessed, and I am eager to share in this experience and to help our Royal Rangers youths achieve their greatest potential in Jesus Christ. Together we will build God’s kingdom.”

We who serve in the Royal Rangers national office believe Marshall will be a great asset to the Rangers ministry. Welcome, Marshall!