JOIN US ON FEBRUARY 15! – Orange Strategy

4 02 2011


I might want to check this out. It’s a free online session. Not familiar with Orange? Click on one of the pictures for more information.

Reggie Joiner

Sue Miller

Carey Nieuwhof






Orange Parents

19 01 2011

Orange Parents.

The link above will take you to a site devoted to helping parents and churches collide. Something wonderful (orange) happens when the light (yellow) of the church blends with the love (red) of the family.

I’ve been meeting with a small group of friends to discuss the book Parenting Beyond Your Capacity. It’s a book with this orange concept in mind and we have been having very meaningful talks on topics such as fighting for the heart, imagining the end and creating a Godly rhythm.

We’ve been moved to looking at parenting as more than just a task to keep us sane, but a story to get wrapped up in–God’s story. We are leading our kids on a journey of wonder and discovery. We are leading our kids to a lifelong friendship with God. But we are not doing this alone! We are widening the circle of influence to include strategic relationships outside of the home.

We are not in this alone. This is what church is meant to be.

Parenting | Kidmin at Home (via Dan Scott Blog)

19 10 2010

While our church does not use 252 Basics, there are some principles here in this blog that translate very easily. In other words, just change the titles of the resources to LEDGE Connection and the Living Inside Out at Home page. Good stuff!

As most of you know, I’m a HUGE 252Basics fan. I love all things Orange and champion them whenever I can. What I love most about the curriculum is that it’s a strategy that encourages a partnership between what’s happening at church and what’s happening at home. Meaning, the curriculum assumes that I, as a parent, am part of the learning process for my child. When this light bulb finally came on for me as a parent (not just as the children’s past … Read More


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