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. […]
Some things are worth repeating! And making even better… Last January a group of bloggers created “Orange Week” and covered one of five different essentials to Thinking Orange Strategy each day. This year, Kenny Conley and crew are hosting it again– this time to kick off registration for the 2011 Orange Conference. We’re calling it […]
It’s January. That means New Year’s Resolutions. What is it that you want to change? Because, that’s what resolutions are about right? Creating change. Chances are, your resolution might just have something to do with exercise. Did you know that statistically, gym memberships jump somewhere between 30-50 percent in January? That’s right. The second week […]
Welcome to the Orange family! I am sure that the road you traveled to launching Orange has been quite the journey for you. You have weathered countless meetings and budget crunches. You have researched and asked the hard questions. You have stepped out in faith to lead kids, students, and families, and you are trusting God […]
Strategy is the name of the game . . . but it is hard to know where to start! Not only are you asking yourself where to begin, you are also staring at your computer screen and wondering how this will all work on Sunday mornings.
by Jeremy Smith It is one thing for the church to know about social media and tweet randomly or to post a link on your Facebook page, and a whole other thing for you to actually take the time to actually come up with a working strategy. Your church needs to understand that a target is necessary, goals […]
“They do a great job with her but not so much with me.” This was the response of a friend of mine several years back when I asked how he and his family were doing at their church. He went on to explain that he loved what his church was doing with his kids on […]