I was floored when I asked a few pastors to tell me what one of their biggest issues in having Royal Rangers at their church was. They almost identically responded something to the effect of:
"My Leaders are passionate but all they do is Royal Rangers, I wish they'd engage elsewhere too"
I think the issue here is that we are excited to be Royal Rangers leaders and so of course we've put a large amount of time and effort into the ministry and want to continue to in the future.
The problem with that is this: We want to be examples to young men, in effect we wan't to clone ourselves so that the next generation has a passion for the lost, working with a ministry, and being an example of Godly manhood. So the question is would we tell someone else its ok to be only involved in a ministry at the church to the exclusion of every other ministry? Would we also tell them that our ministry is better than all the others?
NO! and their lies the problem, because pastors can perceive this problem with their Royal Ranger leaders. So how can we model for our boys men that are fully engaged? Let me ask you this?
When was the last time you did a project as a whole outpost (boys too)? What a better opportunity to show your boys that Godly men don't just consume at church but they actively participate? So find a project or need your church has and see what you can do to get involved!