More than 8,000 church leaders and volunteers will gather from April 29 to May 1, 2020 in Atlanta, Ga., for the 13th annual Orange Conference. The 2020 theme for the Orange Conference is “Every Generation Needs a New Revolution,” which promises to help leaders rethink and redesign ministry for the coming decade.
More than 8,000 church leaders and volunteers will gather from April 29 to May 1, 2020 in Atlanta, Ga., for the 13th annual Orange Conference.
Focused on stewarding the faith and character of the next generation, the Orange Conference brings together family ministry teams from all over the world—including senior, NextGen, student, children’s, and preschool leaders, as well as church volunteers.
Starting a New Revolution
The 2020 theme for the Orange Conference is “Every Generation Needs a New Revolution,” which promises to help leaders rethink and redesign ministry for the coming decade.
Too many churches lose influence with a generation because they make the mistake of championing what worked then, at the expense of what works now. Effective leaders know the difference. This conference is an invitation to learn how to communicate timeless truths in the ways that today’s kids learn at every phase of their life.
Thousands of ministry teams prioritize The Orange Conference each year because of its reputation for innovation and the can’t-miss opportunity to engage with other influencers and leaders who want to have a lasting impact on kids.
Additionally, the event is a chance for teams to enjoy time away from the office together, discover new resources and ideas, network with peers, and have fun.
What to Expect at Orange Conference
The conference is built on a relationally-driven model for ministry which believes that when the influence of parents and the Church are combined, it has a greater impact on the personal faith of children and students.
Most information is focused on family ministry—birth through high school—but with a variety of keynotes and over 100 breakouts to choose from, everyone in attendance will find what they need.
In fact, the wide selection of breakouts is yet another reason teams have chosen to add The Orange Conference to their calendars for well over a decade.
Who Will Be at #OC20?
Attendees can expect another amazing year of high-caliber educators, pastors, and professional leaders imparting practical and inspirational advice for both on the job and at home.
Speakers already confirmed for the 2020 lineup are:
- Simon Sinek
- Danielle Strickland
- Mark Batterson
- Dharius Daniels
- Angela Santomero
- Josh Shipp
- Ryan Leak
- Kristen Ivy
- Kellen Moore
- Gerald Fadayomi
- Reggie Joiner
- Andy Stanley
Dozens of new speakers will be added over the coming months.
Senior leaders are encouraged to attend Rethink Leadership, which takes place across the street from the Orange Conference, and allows executive and senior pastors to hear from world-class leaders who bring innovative ideas specific to them in an exclusive and peer-focused setting.
Ready to Register for the Conference?
Registration for the Orange Conference opens on October 17, 2019. Leaders are encouraged to register early for discounted rates and early access to breakout sessions, which often sell out.
Visit TheOrangeConference.com for full event details. In the meantime, follow along with the conversation on social media using the hashtag #OC20. You can also join the conference attendees Facebook group to ask questions, learn more details, and connect with other people who will be in attendance.