The Think Orange Podcast is for ministry leaders, pastors, church volunteers, parents, and educators – anyone who wants to impact the faith of the next generation. In each episode, we’ll share ideas presented at our live events, The Orange Conference and Orange Tour. These ideas, insights, principles, and strategies will empower, inspire, challenge, and may even change the way you view and lead the next generation. Featured guests include Reggie Joiner; Kristen Ivy; Carey Nieuwhof; Sherry Surratt; Doug Fields; Kristen Ivy; Geoff Surratt; Jon Acuff; Ryan Leak; Sue Miller; Carlos Whittaker; Virginia Ward; Kara Powell; and Frank Bealer. We’ll also be answering your questions, ensuring that your voice is heard and your ministry issues are addressed. Increase your influence with kids and teenagers; start thinking orange. For free resources and show notes, visit www.OrangeLeaders.com.
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Conflict is unavoidable, so how can we as leaders get better at leading through difficult situations and uncomfortable conversations? In this episode, we share a conversation from the “Rethinking Youth Ministry” podcast about handling conflict as a m... more
A healthy small groups culture is one of the most powerful tools for ministering to our students, but it doesn’t happen by accident. In this episode, we share a conversation from the “Rethinking Youth Ministry” podcast about how to create and sustain... more
How can we continue to lead well when real life gets in the way? In this episode, we share a panel discussion from the “Rethinking Youth Ministry” podcast that explores our responsibilities as youth leaders when leading through a storm. The panelists... more
I’m so glad that the Think Orange Podcast is back!! (Is the OK podcast coming back too?! 😄) more
Thank you for putting into words my thoughts and feelings towards small group ministry. Pre pandemic our church started life groups a couple years before) but during the pandemic, our small groups which we now call life group (because we are doing life together) - It was during the pandemic we saw how important small groups were so vital to our gathering together online, the encouraging of one another and sharing the word with one another. The think Orange curricula/ podcasts/books etc have giv... more
I’ve been in the small group space for several years and love the strategy and mission of Orange. Thank you for these practical resources and stories of hope! After the pandemic hit, my personal need for community rose, but it felt like my passion for ministry and confidence in my role were at an all time low. I took some time off listening and the newest episode popped up on my feed at EXACTLY the right moment. The “Purpose of a Small Group Leader” episode was just what I needed! I can’t wait f... more
Great content and advice. I’ve only listened to one so far but it was excellent!
This podcast has truly led me to growth in my journey as a youth leader. It is my go to resource and I absolutely love it and I am thankful for it!!!!
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