Boys and Girls Missionary Challenge (BGMC) is a missions support program of the Assemblies of God Division of World Missions. BGMC seeks to develop within children a passion to reach the lost peoples of the world through giving and missions education. The Royal Rangers program has adopted BGMC as our official missions program and utilizes the "Master's Toolbox" program as the Royal Rangers giving aspect of BGMC.
Through Master's Toolbox Royal Rangers has provided support to drill water wells in Africa, installed electric generators in remote church locations, launched Royal Rangers outposts around the world, and much more. For more information & resources on BGMC and the Master's Toolbox program visit BGMC.ag.org or consider these resources:
Join with us as we partner together with Pathfinder Missions to build places of worship all around the world through the 2019-2020 Master’s Toolbox Tabernacle Project. Our goal is to build several tabernacles in various places by providing funding for construction as well as Pathfinder teams to do the work. Our plan is to raise $15,000 for each tabernacle, with $7,500 being used to provide the building materials and $7,500 being used to help cover the cost of sending a Pathfinder team to build it. Every Royal Rangers outpost and district is encouraged to join with us as we partner with believers around the world to build God’s kingdom while we create a heart of compassion in our boys.
The following resources are provided to assist you in promoting and participating in this project in your church and outpost:
Join with the national Royal Rangers department and BGMC as we challenge every Royal Ranger boy and leader across the nation to earn $100, $300, or $500 for Master's Toolbox this summer to help "raise the roof" for churches being built all over Africa. Check out these resources for details:
The BGMC Master's Toolbox project for 2017-2018 was the "Catapult 700" project for Royal Rangers International (RRI). Work related to the stated goals of this project is still in progress. Updates will be provided here as they become available. We say a heartfelt thank you to all outposts and individuals who participated in this project.