This week, I’ll be down at The Orange Conference 2018 in Atlanta with the rest of our family ministry staff at LifeBridge. As I have done in previous years, I’m also on the official blogging team for the conference.

For those of you who are new to my blog, here is what that means:

  • I’ll be sharing a lot on my Twitter (@stevecullum) throughout the week. This will include thoughts and quotes from the main sessions and workshops, along with a few photos. For those who are not interested in this, I apologize that I might flood your Twitter feeds, and I promise things will be back to “normal” after this week.
  • I’ll be blogging at least once a day right here on stevecullum.com all week. In past years, I have tried a couple different approaches. I have had separate posts on every workshop and main session, and I’ve had other events where I have summarized each day. I’m honestly not yet sure which direction I will choose for this event, but rest assured, there will be a lot more content coming to the blog this week.
  • I’ll be trying to get a few interviews for my podcast. I have not done this before, so pray it works out. I’d like to get at least one or two done and a few others setup to do once I return.

I am a part of a blogging team this week, so make sure to follow the rest of us. Their info is linked below.

If you want to know more about The Orange Conference, check out theorangeconference.com. Also, you can check out a lot of what happens at the conference for FREE online. Just head over to live.theorangeconference.com

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