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Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Orange Conference, Recommendations | 0 comments

Orange Blogger Week 2013!

Orange Blogger Week 2013!

It’s not quite time to start packing your bags, but with only 79 days until OC13, you might want to start a conversation with your team about what you hope to take away from the experience. We’d like to help you do that.

This week, our illustrious group of Orange bloggers will be sharing their thoughts about the upcoming conference. They’ll talk about their past experiences, what they’re looking forward to, their favorite speakers, what it means to get away with their team, and much more. A few of them will even have giveaways you might want to snag!

Participating bloggers include:

Amy Fenton Lee, The Inclusive Church
Austin Walker, YouthMin
Ben Read, YouthMin
Ben Kerns, Average Youth Ministry
Cass Brannan
Elle Campbell, Stuff You Can Use
Henry Zonio, Kidmin and Culture
Jared Massey, Small Town Kidmin
Jenny Funderburke
Jeremy Lee, Uthmin
Joe McAlpine
Jonathan Cliff
Mary Carver, Giving Up on Perfect
Matt McKee
Matt Norman, It’s Pastor Matt
Michael Bayne
Nick Blevins
Paul Mannio, Orange Dad
Ryan Reed
Sam Luce
Tom Pounder, Ministry Blackboard
Tonya Langdon, Kidmin 1124 and Special Need Kidz
Wendy Douglas, Saved Sister
JC Thompson, http://jcisonline.com
Steve Cullum

Don’t forget—register by February 14 to save $40 off regular registration rates, and earn a $50 Orange credit. For more information and complete offer details, please visit www.TheOrangeConference.com. We’ll see you soon!

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