Since 2012, the North Texas Royal Rangers has produced Challenge Coins for each Pow Wow and Winter Camp to provide as an incentive to encourage boys to participate in a majority of the scheduled activities.

Click on the images below to learn more about each challenge coin I have designed and to see the obverse and reverse images for the challenge coin.

2017 Pow Wow Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used a monochrome Royal Rangers emblem on a military green background, since the theme for the Pow Wow was GI: Joe (Gospel Inspired: Jesus Offers Eternity), in honor of our military.

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2016 Pow Wow Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used artwork I created for the Pow Wow based on the theme “2016 Rangerlympic Games”, a nod towards the 2016 summer Olympic games held that year.

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2015 Winter Camp Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used artwork I created for the Winter Camp based on the theme “Not of This World”, which comes from the principle that for Christians, this world is not our home.

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2015 Pow Wow Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used artwork I created for the Pow Wow based on the theme “Royal Rangers 2015 Expo”, based off the world expo held that year in Milano, Italy.

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2014 Pow Wow Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used artwork I created for the Pow Wow based on the theme “The Amazing Grace”, based off the popular reality TV-show, The Amazing Race.

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2013 Pow Wow Challenge Coin

On the obverse (front) side, I used artwork created for the event based on the theme “Boldly Go”, a Star Trek-inspired theme that ties into the Christian mission to go into all the world preaching the Gospel.

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Obverse - 2012 50th Anniversary Challenge Coin

2012 Winter Camp Challenge Coin

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Royal Rangers in a unique way, the North Texas Royal Rangers decided to issue a challenge coin and use if for the activity incentive for the 2012 Winter Camp.

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