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3 Reasons to Register for Orange Conference Early

David Maddron
David Maddron Tuesday October 15, 2019
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It’s that time of year again. For me, it’s like getting a Christmas present a couple of months early. You might be asking what could be as great as an early Christmas present? I‘ll tell you, Opening Day registration for Orange Conference.

Outside of the conference itself, there are few dates on my calendar that I look forward to more than the opening day of the Orange Conference registration. Let’s take a look at the top reasons to register early for the Orange Conference.

1. Lowest Price

Tickets for Orange Conference 2020 go on sale on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Those tickets will have the lowest cost offered ($265) leading up to the start of Orange Conference 2020. The price increases on Friday, October 18, 2019.

If you register for #OC20 on launch day, you’re showing the church that you value the opportunity to save money. As church leaders, we all know what it’s like to work on a limited budget. So it’s best to use that budget wisely.

2. First Dibs on Breakouts

Church leaders who purchase tickets on launch day will get exclusive access to the breakouts once they’re announced. And those breakouts fill up fast, so it’s best to jump in early.

That’s not to say that you won’t be able to get into breakouts if you wait to purchase tickets. But buying early is the best way to guarantee that you get to learn from your favorite speaker, or hear about that one topic you were really interested in.

3. Making Families a Priority

If you’re a senior leader in your church, registering early for the Orange Conference shows the family ministries team members that you value the ministry they lead. This in turn shows that you value the families that make up your preschool, children, and student ministries.

Orange Conference is an experience for your entire family ministry team. Attending together as a group helps get everyone aligned and ready to serve the community as a  unified team.

Are You Ready to Register Early?

It’s pretty clear what you must do—visit: theorangeconference.org and get your NextGen/Family Ministries team signed up for Orange Conference.

Just like every year, this conference promises to be an incredible opportunity to be poured in to from hundreds of different church leaders. Even better, #OC20 provides the chance to network with thousands of ministry leaders from across the world.

Get signed up this Thursday and hopefully I will see you at the Orange Conference next year!

David Maddron is the children's pastor at Community Life Church in Kaufman, Texas. He also blogs about kids' ministry at KidsMinTalk.com.