Orange Tour Travels to 17 Cities Across the US This Fall

Orange Tour 2018 is set to hit the road, making its way to 17 cities nationwide this fall. This one day training event for church leaders, volunteers, and parents will celebrate a decade of equipping and inspiring those who lead the next generation on their faith journey. This year’s theme, “We Can Do More Together,” is a timely message that will empower attendees with a strategy to make the most of their combined influences.

Orange Tour has remained a popular option for family ministry teams due to its regional availability and varied format. Combining vision and strategy with best practices, churches return again and again to the event to hear innovative ideas, network with peers, and enjoy much-needed time away with their team.

This year’s theme, “We Can Do More Together,” proves that momentum happens when everyone is moving in the same direction. Church leaders, ministry volunteers, and parents will learn how to work toward a common goal, speak a common language, and champion common values. From weekly church activities to annual church events to everyday life at home, Orange Tour will help all those who speak into the life of a child leave a lasting legacy of faith and character.

When teams experience fresh insights and new ideas together, it creates a synergy that lasts through the entire year. That’s why Orange Tour is perfect for every member of a ministry team—preschool, children’s, student, NextGen/family ministers, and senior pastors, as well as volunteers. A few highly-anticipated speakers include: Jon Acuff, Carey Nieuwhof, Virginia Ward, Sam Collier, Doug Fields, Kara Powell, Jeff Henderson, Danielle Strickland, Joseph Sojourner, Carlos Whittaker, Kristen Ivy, and Reggie Joiner.

Orange Tour tickets also include access to one of two additional events held the night before the main gathering. The first is a training designed to teach small group leaders how to better invest in the lives of the kids they lead. The second will help parents learn how to be more intentional at home. Anyone without a Tour ticket may still attend either of these two-hour experiences for $19 each.

Registration is currently open, and includes lunch as well as the small group or parent event. 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

(Source: Christian Newswire)

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