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Royal Rangers mix faith, fun at Navarre First Assembly

| Hansen Hasenberg
From their food pantry to mission work to community events, Navarre First Assembly of God is known for quite a few things. They are also known for their Royal Rangers outpost. Royal Rangers is a boys ministry program of the Assemblies of God churches. Founded in 1962, Royal Rangers was the brainchild of Rev. John Henry “Johnnie” Barnes, a preacher from Texas who was tasked with developing a boy’s ministry.
Members of Royal Rangers and the girl’s ministry check out the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office armored SWAT vehicle during ‘meet the police’ night May 31.


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