Thinking Orange | Yellow Student Ministries

Thinking Orange | Yellow Student Ministries

Having an integrated structure means that we care about all aspects of family ministry. We may not program in each others’ departments, but we’re invested in each others work as it relates to what we’re doing. In family ministries we’ve been...

Thinking Orange | Special Needs

A few years ago, we opened up our special needs ministry at Ada Bible Church. From one-on-one buddies to two amazing special needs environment, I’m thrilled that we’re able to offer this programming throughout Discovery Village. For Orange Week 2.0, I interviewed...

Thinking Orange | Planning with Red in Mind

  It was a simple thought that came to us in a planning meeting: “What if we didn’t make parents have to choose between the church and their family?” We were planning an event for Kindergarten and First Graders, a winter beach party. The event was going to be a...
Thinking Orange | Seeing Red

Thinking Orange | Seeing Red

Today is all about the RED side of Orange: the FAMILY. We’ve been an Orange church for the past several years. I’ve been talking about Orange on the blog for most of that time. I realized as I was prepping for this week that I’ve never had a parent from our ministry...
Think Orange | Integrated Strategy | STRUCTURE

Think Orange | Integrated Strategy | STRUCTURE

During Orange Week 1.0, I posted a basic family ministries staffing structure as we attempt to integrate our strategy. Since then, we’ve had some major changes that have brought us further down the line in synchronizing our family ministries staff and...

Thinking Orange | Get Synchronized | Part 1

An important part of Thinking Orange is all about integrating your family ministry teams. This year at the Orange Tour, Carey Nieuwhof lead the charge with Orange vision and strategy. One of the best statements he made was about why we need a family ministry plan in...

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