BRBC is dedicated to sharing the love of Christ, to teaching rodeo skills through professional instruction, and to helping our campers become champions both inside and outside of the rodeo arena.
Buckaroo Rodeo Bible Camp is an annual, non-profit event that started in June 2011. BRBC is dedicated to sharing the love of Christ, to teaching rodeo skills through professional instruction, and to helping our campers become champions both in and out of the rodeo arena. BRBC is the dream of Gary Alger, a local Champion Saddle Bronc Rider, who through his connections in the rodeo world, gathered Northwest Christian Cowboys and Cowgirls as well as volunteers and other rodeo enthusiasts to make his dream a reality. BRBC is a nondenominational ministry of local area churches, volunteers, businesses and other organizations.
Every program at BRBC, from Horsemanship to Bareback, and Goat Tying to Barrel Racing strives to instill proper values in our campers by teaching them to make moral and ethical choices in and outside of the arena.
BRBC Board of Directors
Vice President - Asst. Director
Marty is a familiar face and voice in the Rodeo Arena. As Co-founder and Director of Broken Horn Ministries, Marty and his wife Mandi have been instrumental in sharing Christ with the Rodeo Community.
Treasurer - Camp Administrator
Kammi has been actively involved in sharing Jesus with kids of all ages for many years and currently serves as Children's Ministry Director at Pendleton Free Methodist Church in Pendleton.
Board Member - Founders
Gary & Debbie Alger
Gary, a local Champion Saddle Bronc Rider, and his wife Debbie, founded BRBC in 2011 with the assistance of friends and family from around the church and rodeo communities. Their passion to share Christ continues today as stated in our mission statement
Board Member - Head Girls Counselor
Rodeo Bible Camps have been Gods way of using Regan's talents over many years. She is allowed to combines her love for youth and rodeo while bringing other closer to a personal relationship with Christ.