Family Ministry Teams Will Practice Saying "Yes" in Atlanta and Online
Contact: Kristi Porter, 678-600-8115, [email protected]
ATLANTA, April 29, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Orange Conference, a conference for entire family ministry teams, will be held this week, April 30–May 2, in Atlanta. The event is sold out for the second year, but a Live Stream will also be held online for anyone who can't attend in person. Over 6,000 key influencers -- senior, NextGen, student, children's and preschool leaders -- will gather in person to experience the power of "Yes," and learn new insights into influencing the faith and character of the next generation.
From the main stage, the OC14 online content will include the opening session with Reggie Joiner, the Family Experience Showcase and the closing session. The time in-between will be filled with speaker/author interviews, giveaways, informational programming and much more. Some of the Live Stream interview participants include: Andy Stanley, Mark Batterson, Jon Acuff, Perry Noble, Sue Miller, Doug Fields, Geoff Surratt, Jim Wideman, Amy Fenton Lee, Carey Nieuwhof, Kevin Ragsdale, Ben Crawshaw, Brooklyn Lindsay, Yancy Richmond, Sherry Surratt, Ted Lowe, Elle Campbell, Kenny Conley and Tom Shefchunas.
Drawing together speakers, authors, and church leaders from around the world, Orange sets out to rethink the way the traditional church model approaches family ministry. The event is structured around the Orange Strategy of partnering families with the church to have a greater impact on the faith of kids and youth. "Thinking Orange" blends two vital, yet often unconnected worlds to reshape the current ministry model. Every year thousands of family ministry teams attend the conference to get realigned, hear new ideas, discover resources and answers that are specific to their needs, network with innovators, bond as a team and have fun.
For additional information and the full schedule, click here. To view the Live Stream, connect at TheOrangeConference.com from Wednesday evening through Friday evening.
About Orange and The Orange Conference:
Orange is a division of The reThink Group, a nonprofit organization providing resources and training to help churches maximize their influence on the spiritual growth of the next generation. For more information, please visit www.ThinkOrange.com. Orange is also the architect and primary sponsor of The Orange Conference and Orange Tour, which provide national training opportunities for senior pastors, church leaders and ministry volunteers.