WE’LL LEAVE THE LIGHT ON FOR YOU

We are privileged to have people come from across the U.S. and around the world to attend The Orange Conference. However, we know that budgets are tight and are sometimes a point of concern for potential attendees. It is our wish at Orange to help remove any obstacles that might prevent you from attending the conference. For that reason, we would like to help match hosts with travelers in need of lodging. We realize that alleviating lodging costs may make the difference between joining us or... Read More
Camp KidJam is going to TURN IT UP for Summer 2012! Register soon!

Camp KidJam is going to TURN IT UP for Summer 2012! Register soon!

Crank up the power of God’s story in your life. Out of all the stories in the world, only one is timeless. It’s the story of our big God who stops at nothing to have a relationship with us! This summer we’ll take a journey through God’s story and see how people in the Bible cranked up the volume of God in their lives. We’ll also see how we can do the same in our own. Get ready, cause it’s time to Turn It Up! 2012 Camps: Southeastern University Lakeland, FL June 12-15, 2012 Lander University... Read More
Less for More: The 80/20 Principle

Less for More: The 80/20 Principle

Doing less leads to more success. I know what you’re thinking: Yeah, right. You don’t know my boss or my situation. You have no idea how busy I am or all that’s expected of me. But what if I could introduce you to a tried-and-true principle that’s been around for many years that really could help you do less for more and get praised for it? I most recently read about this in a book called, Living the 80/20 Way by Richard Koch. Putting this one idea to the test has the potential to change not... Read More
One Thousand Gifts Book Study, Part 3

One Thousand Gifts Book Study, Part 3

This past week has been filled with emotion for me; sometimes it’s really hard to be a parent—whether your children are toddlers or young adults. It’s incredibly easy, one might say almost natural, to take on their pain, their hurt, their disappointment, and make it your own. You wonder where you went wrong when they make poor choices or cringe when they display an unpleasant character trait that resembles that flaw in you. Sometimes it can be hard to see past the difficult stuff to remember... Read More