The Think Orange: Imagine the Impact When Church and Family Collide... by Reggie JoinerI really enjoy the principles of this book, in fact we are in process of rethinking most of our ministries based on some take-aways that our team found in between the covers, which is a huge vote of confidence. However, I did not enjoy reading this book. It took far too long to get to the points, and felt like many of my term papers, inflated to meet a minimum word count. I fact, every member of my team that Ive asked to read this book has said the same thing, so Ive gotten to the stage of telling people to skim this book.
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The sobering reality is the winds of change never stop shifting. Join us the day before the conference for extra breakouts and face to face time with your Orange Specialist. Too many churches lose influence with a generation because they make the mistake of championing what worked then,. They learn to draw a line of delineation between what should change and what should never change. In doing so, they hold their ministry with open hands and invite a generation behind them to start a new revolution. You will be surrounded by nearly leaders who tend to be. Registration Opens October 17th.
Orange Conference focused on how we can do more together. ANDY STANLEY WE CAN DO MORE TOGETHER WHEN WE LEAD.
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A ONE-DAY EVENT TO REDISCOVER A FAITH THAT IS IRRESISTIBLE.
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Orange was a fantastic experience. So this year as the theme focused on a uniting church I found myself trying to take tons of notes. It ended up being 20 pages of notes on a Word Doc. I went through all of it and picked out the 15 top quotes from each break-out and session that I went to and put them here. I hope these thoughts and quotes have been helpful to you as I wrestle with how to grow and develop as a leader. You are commenting using your WordPress.
Orange Conference focused on how we can do more together. All of the breakouts and main speakers were great, and I took PAGES of notes, but my biggest takeaway from the conference was the connections I made with other kidmin leaders and bloggers. I am an introvert, so the idea of small talk and meeting new people usually makes me want to hide. But I pushed myself out of my comfort zone to be intentional about meeting people, and I am so happy I did! Special shout out to Dana, Jae, Tessa, and Katy for great conversations, whether they lasted 3 minutes or 3 hours. As for the pages of notes, here are my lessons learned, favorite quotes, and important takeaways from my favorite breakouts and main sessions .