Let’s Get It Right This TimeThursday June 4, 2020 | Reggie Joiner
Every generation takes a cue from the generation that came before it. The hard truth about racism in any generation is that it doesn’t just happen by accident. It is . . . a reflection a response a reaction to what the adults around them did or didn’t do. The Church is called to be a compass for every generation.Read more
How to Communicate with Volunteers and Parents in Our Digital AgeWednesday July 1, 2020 | Tom Pounder
What Makes Orange a Unique Solution to a Common ProblemMonday June 29, 2020 | Paula Dannielle
3 Reasons Why Your Church Needs a Social Media CoordinatorWednesday June 17, 2020 | David Clark
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How to Make Every Family Matter Guide
We created this resource to help church leaders better serve families in unique situation— specifically families with special needs as well as adoptive and foster families. For these families, parenting and the day to day may not look like business as usual, and so it's up to the church to learn how to meet those families where they're at. It's about considering the words we use. It's about reconsidering the ideas and notions we have. It's about coming alongside these families so that they know, without a doubt, that the church has a place for them too.
5 Perspectives to Elevate the Gospel
Before we can amplify the character and message of Jesus, we first have to figure out how we see Him. Why? Because how we see Him will impact How we resonate with the central story of the Gospel. Want to serve the next generation better? Consider these five perspectives when teaching, planning, and writing Truth in your ministry.
Re-Evaluating Church Video Breakout
What ideals and truths do you consider timeless? How does culture impact and shift the people in our churches? Why is what happens at home more important than what happens in church? These questions are central to the Orange strategy, and in this breakout video Reggie Joiner will unpack these five essentials in a new way. Use this model to evaluate—or re-evaluate—how your strategy and approach to ministry can become even more effective.