Asia Pacific Summit II
Leaders from five nations in the Asia Pacific region: Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, met in Brisbane, Australia on January 11 & 12, 2010 for the 2nd Royal Rangers Asia Pacific Summit. Held in conjunction with the Australia National Camporama, the summit brought leaders for the region together to strengthen and expand the Royal Rangers ministry in reaching, teaching and keeping the children and youth of Asia Pacific for Jesus Christ.
Together with the Summit, the national leaders also had the opportunity to receive further training with the World Class Outpost Seminar. Below are some testimonies from leaders at the summit:
“Thank you for everything you have provided for us during the Summit. I personally have received so much more from the Summit and am now putting in practice what I have learned from you all during the Summit. It has a big impact on my life for the Royal Ranger ministry here in the Solomon Islands.
"I have never expected to receive a big surprise from our General Superintendent who came looking for me after Church to hear what I have received from the Summit and I shared with him and he was very happy to hear it. More doors are opening for the Royal Ranger as the message thru the General Superintendent has passed on to other Pastors and they are asking me to go to their Churches and introduce the Royal Rangers ministry to them."
~Lilian Buaraf, Representative of Royal Rangers Solomon Islands
“I am very blessed by the Asia Pacific Summit in Brisbane, Australia on 11 - 12 January 2010. I thank you very much for your support and believing God to bless all of you more.
"Most of all I was very blessed by the meetings and world class outpost seminar as this will bless my country because it will help me and my staffs to get more understanding and knowledge to reach, teach and keep our young generation in Indonesia.
"We believe God will use us to spread His Words and Kingdom through Royal Rangers ministry.”
~Joy H Luhukay P., National Commander, Royal Rangers Indonesia