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Top 10 Children’s Ministry Resources: #2 Think Orange

09 Aug

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I came away from The Orange Conference this last year with all sorts of shifts buzzing through my mind.

You can find some of those thoughts here.

My biggest “wake-up” moment came for me weeks later as I finished my first pass through Reggie Joiner’s Think Orange.
I needed to reevaluate everything that I thought I knew about children’s ministry.

I could take up a lot of space laying out everything I LOVE about what is essentially my new Children’s Ministry manifesto… but, I think Jonathan Cliff does the concepts some justice in his series of Think Orange posts here.

The Church-at-large exists to equip families to reach the next generation with the Gospel of Jesus.  It’s taken me 8 years of Children’s Ministry to finally hear that message and respond – I’m excited to see where that philosophy of ministry takes our team.

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Posted by on August 9, 2009 in Book Review, Kidmin, Orange, Resources

 

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5 responses to “Top 10 Children’s Ministry Resources: #2 Think Orange

  1. jonathan

    August 9, 2009 at 12:50 pm

    Did you read this book, while thinking that somebody was writing what you thought all along? I know I did!

    and I think it should have been titled Orange Manifesto!

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    • Anthony Prince

      August 9, 2009 at 2:44 pm

      it’s like they stole my wildest ministry dreams and wrestled them onto paper.
      I’m a fan.

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