Jamie Walton is Compassion Coordinator for BGMC in Springfield, MO, serving at the Assemblies of God National Office. She works closely with our A/G missionaries to provide their stories and needs to churches and kids ministries all over the world. Prior to moving to Springfield, she served in Arkansas and Michigan in her local church kids’ ministries department for over 15 years.
While Jamie carries a degree in computer systems technology, video and graphic design are her passions. She uses these skills to serve missionaries around the world.
Jamie has also served at kids camps across the United States as she is driven in helping to develop the younger generations. Her belief is that kids are tremendous representations of God’s love to this world, they have incredible hearts for compassion, and are sensitive to listen and follow God in their lives.
Serving kids and those who pastor kids are why she serves the kingdom and serving you would be an honor for her. Jamie is available for speaking engagements in your district, church, or camp.
John has been involved in Royal Rangers since 1975 and has served as an adult leader in the local outpost for over 25 years. John joined the national Royal Rangers team as Communications Coordinator in June of 2005 and assumed the responsibilities of the High Adventure magazine (replaced by Rangers NOW in 2008), national web site, and publications. Before joining the national team John served in various organizational leadership positions including District Training Coordinator, District Buckaroo/Straight Arrow Coordinator, Sectional Commander, and Area Commander, in the Arkansas and Southern Missouri districts.
In July of 2010 John moved into his present role as Programs Coordinator where he oversees the development of Royal Rangers curriculum and program materials, including TRaCclub, the Royal Rangers online curriculum. John is a graduate of Missouri State University and has earned degrees in Financial Management and Information Technology. He lives in the Springfield area with his wife and four children and is actively involved in his local outpost where he enjoys participating in Royal Rangers with his two sons.