Kentucky WMU
Saturday, May 28, 2016
missions for lifeĀ®
RA logoRoyal Ambassadors (RA) is a missions discipleship organization for boys in grades 1-6. Through hands-on activities that encourage spiritual growth, games and sports, and mentoring relationships with RA leaders, RA members become a faith-based brotherhood.
Contact Jon Auten at Kentucky WMU for more information about missions for boys or to learn more about starting Royal Ambassadors in your church!  

Kentucky WMU Events for Boys

A one day experience for boys in grades 1-6.
Overnight missions experience for boys in grades 1-12.
Mission Adventure for Kentucky Kids (coed) 
A hands-on mission experience for boys and girls in grades 4-6. 
A one day expereince for boys and girls in grades 1-6.
CMD is a day set aside each February for children and their leaders to participate in hands-on ministry projects in their communities.
Children do not need to be a member of Royal Ambassadors, Girls in Action, or Children in Action to participate in these events. Bring your friends!



Royal Ambassador Leaders

WILD Camp (Wilderness Instruction and Leadership Camp)
An opportunity for RA Leaders to learn and/or practice camping skills in order to more effeciently teach these skills to their RA groups. 
Leadership training and development for RA Leaders is provided at Excel every other summer.
Contact your association or Kentucky WMU for other training opportunities.  


Recommended Resources 

Information about curriculum, theme, extra ideads, and more.
This essential resource for leading RA is published bimonthly and contains weekly session plans, leadership articles, creative activities, and ministry ideas.
This bimonthly magazine for boys enhances the weekly RA experience. Written for prereaders to preteens, RA World includes missionary and MK profiles, articles, games, and activities that correspondto sessions in RA Leader.
With a comprehensive children’s focus, this guide is essential for missions leaders who are serious about leading boys in Royal Ambassadors (RA).