Pathfinder Missions

Pathfinder Missions is a Royal Rangers missions construction program intended to use the many skills of Rangers to provide work teams in places where other missions teams are unable or unwilling to go. Pathfinders projects are classified into three categories based on the difficulty of the project—bronze, silver, and gold.

Pathfinders provides teams to meet various construction needs through Assemblies of God U.S. Missions [U.S. Mission America Placement Service (U.S. MAPS)] and Assemblies of God World Missions [Builder’s International]. Bronze trips are held in the United States, while silver and gold trips occur overseas.

US MAPS Project Lists

Download August 2020 MAPS Project List

Missions Trips

Master’s Toolbox Tabernacle Project 2019-2020

2019 Commander Andy Blackman traveled to Togo Africa with Builders International to build three tabernacles in Togo, Africa.

Royal Rangers Kenya

In 2018 Commanders from the West Florida District traveled with Pathfinders twice to finish building the National Royal Ranger Training center in Niarobi, Kenya.

Photos from Kenya and Togo Trips 2018-2019