Don’t Miss These Elementary Breakouts @ OC15!

Don’t Miss These Elementary Breakouts @ OC15!

Beginning Kindergarten. Learning to ride a bicycle. Starting to wear deodorant . . . hopefully. These are all important parts of the elementary phase.   Did you know that part of your job helps parents and leaders become more present in the lives of kids during critical life stages? That’s why we hope you’ll be at this year’s Orange Conference!   Here are just a few of the amazing breakouts that you can experience as part of the children’s ministry track:   DESIGNING AN ENGAGING... Read More
Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents starting February 1

Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents starting February 1

Racking your brain for a way to provoke meaningful conversations between parents and their elementary kids in less than 140 characters? Well, rack no more! Below, you will find everything you need to cue parents this week through every major social media outlet from Twitter to Pinterest (so you can focus your brain power on posting the really important stuff—like that picture you just took of your cat standing in a puddle). And if you missed our first post explaining what all this is, take a... Read More
Secrets of the Download Matrix

Secrets of the Download Matrix

If you are subscriber to one of our Orange curriculums (First Look, 252 Basics, XP3 Students, MarriedPeople, One Big Story), you are familiar with this image:     This magic portal opens a world of content that allows you to partner with parents and empower small group leaders to reach the next generation with creative resources, teaching scripts, parent CUEs and small group content. And if you are like most of us, you go in, download what you need and then go on to the next task on... Read More
Valentine’s Day Printables: Volunteer Appreciation

Valentine’s Day Printables: Volunteer Appreciation

Don’t you just love the volunteers in your ministry? These servants who are consistently present, supportive, and encouraging through the good times and the bad. The people who show up, week after week, rain or shine, and remember which kid loves the color yellow and which kid has a pet turtle. The teens and adults who hug kids going through hard times, high five kids celebrating a big win, and aren’t afraid to do silly motions to help the kids remember their memory verse.   I... Read More
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