Orange Tour Travels to 15 Cities Across the US This Fall
"It's Personal" For Church Leaders, Volunteers, and Parents Leading The Next Generation
Orange Tour has become a sought-after event for thousands of family ministry teams due to its regional access and varied format. It offers attendees both inspiring main sessions and customized breakouts to align leaders and volunteers. Plus, it's a great opportunity to have fun together and network with peers.
The theme "It's Personal" reinforces the idea that everything changes when everyone who shows up cares about the faith of every kid. Volunteers have deeper commitment, parents engage at a more practical level, ministries make a greater impact, churches have wider influence, and leaders leave a lasting mark. This year's event will provide a practical environment to make that happen.
Designed to synchronize every member of a ministry team—preschool, children's, student, NextGen/family ministers, senior pastors, and volunteers—this event will help churches create maximum impact in their communities. A few highly-anticipated speakers include: Jon Acuff, Virginia Ward, Paula Danielle, Sam Collier, Doug Fields, Kara Powell, Joseph Sojourner, Gerald Fadaymi, Kristen Ivy, and Reggie Joiner.
In addition to Orange Tour, two special events will once again be held the night before the all-day event. Lead Small Night provides fun, engaging, and practical content for small group leaders to learn how to better invest in the lives of the kids they lead. And Parent Cue Live is a unique gathering designed to help parents learn how to be more intentional at home. Parents will laugh, connect, and learn what their kids need most at this phase of life. A ticket to either two-hour event can be purchased for $12.50 with an Orange Tour ticket, or separately for $25.
Tour stops for the 2019 season include: Milledgeville, Ga., Seattle, Wash., Irvine, Calif., Phoenix, Ariz., Indianapolis, Ind., Boston, Mass., Lancaster, Pa., Detroit, Mich., Chicago, Ill., Kansas City, Kan., Austin, Texas, Dallas, Texas, Charlotte, NC., Atlanta, Ga., and Orlando, Fla.
Registration opens June 13, and all Orange Tour tickets include lunch. Prices for each city will increase as the events get closer, and some cities will sell out, so early registration is encouraged. For more information or to register, please visit www.OrangeTour.org.
Orange, a division of The reThink Group, is a nonprofit organization providing resources to help churches engage kids, partner with parents, and equip volunteers. Their curriculum combines child development research and theology to create a comprehensive strategy for every phase of a kid's life, influencing their faith from birth to graduation. Orange also hosts national training opportunities for senior pastors, church leaders, ministry volunteers, and parents. For more information, please visit www.ThinkOrange.com.