There’s something that changes when you see it for yourself. There’s a new sense in which we say “I get it now.”
I’ve had many experiences like this in my life.
The first time I walked into Neyland Stadium and witnessed over 100,000 fans cheering for the Tennessee Vols.
The first time I walked the streets of Rome and really understood just how young America is.
The first time I helped lead a friend to a relationship with Jesus.
And it happened again, earlier this year at Orange Conference.
Over 8,000 leaders gathered in Atlanta to unpack the idea of being For Our Neighbors and God did something incredible. Churches representing 67 denominations in 22 countries were inspired and challenged to connect with their communities, to build relationships, and get really practical in helping those around us. During conference, I wished every staff member and every volunteer could have been there because I knew it would have shifted their mindsets and created even greater change. For all of them to have an “I Get It Now” moment.
Here’s the great news: We’re continuing the conversation this fall on the Orange Tour in a city near you, which means you and your entire team can experience an “I Get It Now” moment together.
When your team gets on the same page, nothing can stop change.
Orange Tour helps you practically implement family ministry strategy and assists in getting your entire team moving in the same direction.
See you on tour!