You may be asking yourself why you should attend the Orange Conference, so I decided to create a list of the top 10 reasons:
Hey, everyone! It’s that time of year again — Orange Blogger Week! I wanted to pass along all the other blogs you can follow this week (and beyond) about “orange” ministry.
I can truly say that I am blessed to be a part of one of the best teams at our church. Why? Let me give you a few reasons…
Next up in the “Things You Don’t Learn in Bible College” series – Counting Money. Sure, we do it all the time in ministry, but I don’t remember learning exactly how to do it in school.
The other day, someone asked me how long I had been involved in student ministry. Before I knew it, I had counted up over 12 years. Between the two years of volunteering, 18 months at my first ministry, six months of my internship, another year of volunteering, a year of resident ministry, and my current…
Here we are again, in the third installment of my “Things You Don’t Learn in Bible College” series. Today, we tackle something I personally dread — stacking chairs.
It’s “Orange Blogger Week” again, and there are a lot of things going on in the world of Orange.
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This past Saturday, I attended “The Gathering,” with five other youth leaders from our church. It was a training/conference put on by Berea. This year, the main speakers were Sharon Ketcham (Gordon College) and Reggie Joiner (Orange/reThink). While they somewhat came from two different points-of-view, they both had the goal of helping churches change the…
Because I was not there to blog about the workshops and main sessions, I wanted to pass on a list of amazing bloggers, who have been and will be sharing their experiences like crazy!