I write a lot about how church leaders can win at serving families through creating dynamic children’s ministry environments. This blog is a collection of those thought and writings. They are not necessarily the thoughts of the ReThink Group/Orange, where he works to help church leaders win at children’s ministry.

Orange 2012 | My Own Game Changers

Orange 2012 | My Own Game Changers

The theme for Orange Conference 2012 is Game Changer. We’ll be focusing on those moments in culture and in our lives that changed the way we play the game of life. In culture these could be an innovation like the printing press or a tragic event like 9/11. Whatever...
Kidmin | Dr. Seuss and Laughing Like Crazy

Kidmin | Dr. Seuss and Laughing Like Crazy

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells… it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities.” – Dr. Seuss When was the last time you did something...
Kidmin | Dr. Seuss and Wonder

Kidmin | Dr. Seuss and Wonder

This week is the anniversary of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Theodor “Seuss” Geisel’s influence goes beyond the classroom and reaches into children’s ministry. This week we’ll take a look at how his thoughts can help us as we approach the Big Story we tell.   Adults are...
Kidmin | Celebrating Diversity

Kidmin | Celebrating Diversity

When we prepared to bring Taye into our lives, the adoption agency had us go through diversity-training. The idea class being that our once very vanilla family (minus a hip-hop record or twelve) was going to bring a very chocolate child our home. While this was an eye...

2011 in Review | Top 10 Posts

This year was full of transition for the Scott family. Life was busy and blogging was something that did only in my spare time or when the Spirit moved. However, I did manage to get enough posts out to warrant a top 10 list of sorts. Thanks so much for reading my...
Leadership | Orange Revolution | 4: The Feedback Loop

Leadership | Orange Revolution | 4: The Feedback Loop

“They also implemented a customer business review process to regularly sit in front of more customers than ever before. Ironically, this not only facilitated stronger relationship, but it gave someone else the opportunity to keep score – the customer. and...

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