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Finding revival for youth ministry at Mo-Ranch

Throughout the nation, youth ministry leaders are faced with the never-ending challenge of reaching younger generations, welcoming them into the church and enveloping them with the words of Christ’s love. Churches seek to become a home for many youth and young adults,...

As Camp Continues to Grow, So Does Our Day Camp Staff!

Mo-Ranch has added a brand-new position and hired Austin Grammer as a full-time assistant director and adventure programmer for our day camp program.  Austin has been very successful in Texas summer camping as a counselor, leadership staff and managerial staff in the...

Supporter Spotlight | Pat & Phil Barnes

Forging family traditions Creating and maintaining family traditions can sometimes be a hectic and daunting task; however, for Pat and Phil Barnes, forging the family tradition of visiting Mo-Ranch was a given. Phil was first drawn to the ranch in the mid-1980s for a...

Highly sought-after speaker puts the Hill Country on the map

Glennon Doyle is a woman who is unabashedly open—and that’s exactly why so many people can’t get enough of her. She is a “truth teller” who first made a name for herself blogging back in 2009, and the funny, conversational and tell-all nature of her writing quickly...

Supporter Spotlight | David and Maribeth Story

For dedicated “Mo lifers” David (Dave) and Maribeth Story, Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly holds a special and highly cherished spot in their hearts. Their memories shared here include high school hangouts, a marriage proposal, quickly growing families, faithful...

Supporter Spotlight | Dr. Geoffrey Wright

For over 30 years, Dr. Geoffrey Wright and his family have been visiting Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly to commemorate important and memorable family traditions. Geoffrey recalls initially visiting the ranch in 1981 for a family reunion. From family weddings, funerals...

Finding missional purpose in an unlikely {power} source

After the City of Kerrville’s acquisition of the Kerrville Public Utility Board (KPUB) in 1987, KPUB set an initiative to increase the availability of green energy resources for its customers in Kerrville, Center Point, Ingram, Hunt and surrounding areas of Kerr...

Mo-Ranch welcomes all to gather here with grateful hearts

Thanksgiving is a time for celebration, tradition and unity. Here at Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly, we encourage all that cross through our gates to embrace those sentiments during the holiday. We have hosted a long-withstanding Thanksgiving tradition of feasting,...

Supporter Spotlight | Malcolm Hall & family

Malcolm Hall’s introduction to Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is one that’s quite unique and was a forcible one—at least in the beginning. His father knew the value of instilling the Christian faith in his boys early and told Malcolm that if he and his brother went to...

Introducing DJ Owens as the Outdoor Education Ministry manager

DJ Owens lives, breathes and bleeds Mo-Ranch, and has done so since his first day at Mo in 2009. He is an Oklahoma transplant, and is so glad that he gets to call Mo his home! DJ knows almost every inch of this property due to his widespread exposure to Mo-Ranch...
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