SOS - Sisters of Sanity

New support group for moms of young children.  Come connect with other moms and share a time of fellowship, prayer and encouragement.

Hosted by Kendra Carter in her home on the first Tuesday of the month at 10am.

834 Georgeann Court

815-299-6399

 

Royal Rangers for Boys

Royal Rangers is a ministry that reaches across the United States and in over 65 nations around the world. It motivates boys spiritually through Bible study and memorization, devotionals, and Christian role models. Boys are strengthened mentally by an advanced awards-based weekly program. Further, the boys increase their physical prowess by participation in age-specific activities and recreation. Finally, they are introduced to church, community, and nature-related activities to develop their social skills and awareness.

Ranger Kids

Ranger Kids (Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade), includes a challenging and fun advancement system encouraging boys through indoor and outdoor activities and games. The weekly lessons and objectives help to reinforce godly principles in their daily lives, and they will have opportunities to achieve many advancement awards that can be placed on an awards vest and worn each week as part of the official Royal Rangers uniform.
 
Discovery Rangers

The Discovery Rangers program (Third, fourth, and fifth grade), features an exciting premier advancement system. In this system boys will learn through camping and non-camping activities. An emphasis is placed on learning at their own pace in a merit-based curriculum.
 
Adventure Rangers

Adventure Rangers (Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade), participate in more challenging camping and outdoor activities while emphasizing skill development, advanced camping, Junior Leadership Training, Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF), and Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals with national recognition.

Expedition Rangers

Expedition Rangers (Ninth through twelfth grade) is considered a high action-packed adventure trail in which the boy is further challenged by advanced camping, camp craft skills, and ministry opportunities. These activities offer boys in this age group ways to become more self-reliant and develop confidence and a greater appreciation of God. Several advancement programs are available including Air Rangers, Sea Rangers, Trail Rangers, Junior Chaplaincy, High Action Rangers, Junior Leadership Academy opportunities and more. Boys will be challenged to serve through Home Missions, Foreign Missions, Youth Ministry, and Men’s Ministry.

Dedicated leaders, called commanders, provide boys the necessary direction during a weekly outpost meeting. The meetings are designed to develop the total boy for Christ and offer love and understanding between the boy and a godly role model.

The Life of a Royal Ranger includes great outdoor adventures through camping, water activities, hiking, rappelling, and mountain climbing, as well as challenging indoor adventures. There will be opportunities year-round to attend tremendous camping events at the outpost, district, or national levels.

The experience as a Royal Ranger will be one of growth. He will grow in four ways. Through proper exercise and diet, his body will develop physically. Through prayer, Bible study, and witnessing, he will grow spiritually. By studying and reading, his mind will grow mentally. And by learning how to treat others, he will develop socially.

Royal Rangers ministers to boys in the United States and in over 65 countries through Bible study and memorization, devotionals, outdoor and camping activities, and Christian role models. Boys are strengthened

    Mentally by a merit-based advancement program
    Physically by participation in age-specific activities and recreation, and
    Socially through church and community service activities.
    Spiritually through Bible study and devotions.

mPact

Mpact Girls Clubs is a program for winning girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance. Mpact Girls Clubs provides an environment of support and accountability while helping girls to develop their gifts and abilities. In addition, girls build lifelong relationships with mentors who encourage girls to be spiritual leaders.

Rainbows Club (3, 4 & 5 year old girls & boys)
Noah’s Ark provides an exciting theme for the Bible stories, crafts, full-color activity pages and games for this preschool club. Rainbows add colorful animal badges to their vests as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Units can be completed in 4 weeks. There are nine units that need to be completed each year.
Pledge: As a Rainbow, I will be a good helper, pleasing Jesus every day.
Motto: Rainbows are helpers.
Scripture Verse: “We are…helpers.” (2 Corinthians 1:24, KJV)
Colors: Green and white, which stand for growth and purity.

Daisies Club (for Kindergarten girls)
Darcy, Diana and Dorie (paper dolls) help Daisies make life applications from the Bible stories and principles they learn. Daisies earn colorful badges depicting these club characters as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Four-week units allow visitors to fit in right away. Club sponsors and girls select the units they want to complete during the year.
Pledge: As a Daisy, I will be happy, good, and helpful, letting my light shine for Jesus.
Motto: Daisies tell about Jesus.
Scripture Verse: “Let your light…shine.” (Matthew 5:16, NIV)
Colors: Yellow and white, which stand for light and purity.

Prims Club  (1st & 2nd grade girls)
Megan, Carmen, Kim and Tonya guide Prims through life application stories as the girls learn biblical principles. The Discovery Box stores lesson related objects to be displayed during lesson time to make learning even more fun. Prims earn colorful badges depicting these club characters as they complete requirements for the achievement program. Units can be completed in 4 weeks. Prims have 18 units to complete over the 2 year program.
Pledge: As a Prim, I will be careful of what I say, where I go, and what I do; trying always to be my very best for the Lord Jesus, because I love Him.
Motto: I will be kind and thoughtful.
Scripture Verse: “Be kind… to one another.” (Ephesians 4:32, NIV)
Colors: Pink and white, which stand for kindness and purity


Stars Club (3rd, 4th & 5th grade girls)
Girls make their way up the Stairway of the Stars achievement program as they complete units in the four worlds: The World of Truth (basic Christian doctrine), The World Around You (missions), The World About You (activities) and The World Within You (character development). Memorization, projects, and Bible reading are all a part of completing the program as an Honor Star. Four week units are supplemented with projects and adventures.
Pledge: Having accepted Jesus as my Savior, I will follow Him in service, in testimony, in attitude and in relationships; striving always to glorify my Lord as a Star.
Motto: I will follow Jesus.
Scripture Verse: “Teach me Your way, O Lord, and I will walk in Your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear Your name. I will praise You… with all my heart; I will glorify Your name forever.” (Psalm 86:11,12, NIV)
Colors: Blue and white, which stand for loyalty and purity.

Friends Club, provides discussion oriented lessons to continue the Titus 2 principle of women mentoring young girls. Topics of study include the sanctity of life, accountability, commitment to Christ, life-controlling problems, purity and choices. Units are made up of six lessons. Projects and adventures add to each unit. The completion of unit requirements and Bible reading make a girl eligible to be a Friends Graduate.

 

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