Pastor, what if I told you that for $59 a person you could take a group from your church to an incredible day of training that will inspire and develop them as leaders in your church? And they will have fun at the same time! Continue reading for more information on this great opportunity.
Brett Talley has been able to negotiate a special rate for persons from our Indiana congregations to attend Orange this fall at Grace Church in Indy on October 10. By using the special code CHOGOT17 you can register for Orange Tour and save $30! That is a full day Orange conference for only $59! This is priced low enough to take multiple people from your church for a day of incredible training. Pastors, you need to accompany a group of your people to this. As an added bonus, Andy Stanley has paired his Deep & Wide Tour (October 9 – additional cost) with Orange Tour. You can register for both of them at orangetour.org/Indianapolis. Don’t miss this great and affordable opportunity to inspire and train your leaders and workers!
When my youngest son, Brett, left Church At The Crossing as Student Ministry Pastor and began working for Orange, I admit that I knew little about Orange. I knew they developed curriculum for children and students, but that was about all I knew. I’ve been getting an education from him in the last year. I now know that Orange is a strategy company committed to growing and discipling children and students. It produces curriculum as a part of its strategy. When you purchase the curriculum, you also receive coaching as part of the purchase price.
To learn more, last fall I went to the Orange Tour (one day conference) in Indianapolis. I was blown away! The general sessions were geared to senior pastors, children and student ministry pastors and leaders, and just about anyone who cares about reaching and growing people for Jesus. I walked away thinking, “How can I get our pastors, associate pastors, children’s and student ministries pastors and leaders and workers to attend next year? This training is GREAT!”
Read Doug’s article from last year’s Orange Tour here.