Thanks for visiting our Orange bloggers this past week! We hope you were able to gain some valuable information, as well as enter some of the contests that were posted. Here’s a few of the featured blogs for your consideration:
Amy Fenton Lee at The Inclusive Church is giving away a pass to The Orange Conference. The contest ends at midnight on February 12!
Michael Bayne touched on a variety of topics this past week—from curriculum to conference, think Orange. Check out why he thinks attending Orange 2012 is important: “Five years ago The Orange Conference helped our family ministry team learn, listen, worship, dream, and laugh together and our church has never been the same.”
Jenny Funderburke shares her thoughts on why her team will attend Orange. Plus, she’s giving away a conference pass this week!
Tom Pounder shares his game changing ministry moment—parent involvement in youth ministry.
Nick Blevins is doing a great job of touching on each of the five Orange Strategy principles this week.
Amy Dolan of Lemon Lime Kids is excited to make new connections and reconnect with friends at Orange 2012. She’s so excited about it that she’s giving away session download cards good for five main sessions and five breakouts from Orange 2011. She’s choosing a winner today!
Steve Cullum is an Orange Conference veteran. Check out what he’s looking forward to in 2012.
Ben Read recounts a game changing event in his life when his youth pastor spoke into his life at a youth retreat. At Orange 2012, you’ll hear more stories like his!
Kenny Conley addresses the need to resource and equip parents as they partner with the church.
Check out how an Orange Conference experience challenged Ryan Millard to consider priorities.
We’re happy to welcome Dustin Valencia as a blogger at Orange 2012. Dustin is a father and volunteer at his church, and we look forward to hearing things from his perspective! Enter to win his book giveaway for a copy of Think Orange or Parenting Beyond Your Capacity.
“Can we just vow to kick it up a notch?” is a challenge that Paul Mannino poses to all of us—kick up our investment in the spiritual growth of our children.
Jason Chenoweth takes a tongue-in-cheek approach, presenting 10 reasons one should NOT think Orange.
Wanna score points with parents? Check out what Benjamin Kerns has to say!
Read insights from self-ascribed “conference junkie,” Jonathan Cliff, and enter to win one of three Orange books!