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The holidays are here and so are new families. Something about fried turkeys and cute baby Jesus draws people to our ministries like a powerful magnet, during this wonderful time of the year. Though some of these families are visiting cousin Jeffrey for Thanksgiving, or visiting their in-laws for Christmas, or maybe ringing in the New Year with Grandma, other families live near our churches and are visiting because of the holiday season.
Regardless of their reasons for visiting, sharing the Orange Strategy with our families can make a tremendous influence on their trajectory. Those visiting from out of town can return to their homes with valuable principles, and may even share them with their churches. Yet, the families living just down the street can benefit week after week. Though the Orange Strategy has multiple components, the way we communicate it does not have to be complex at all.
Efforts - Families - Parent - Plan - Plan
For us to maximize our efforts when engaging with families, every parent needs a clear plan. What is our plan? Have we simplified it to make it more clear to our parents? If not, maybe we can use this phrase shared by Reggie Joiner: “We want to help every parent become more intentional at home and more connected to a community of faith.” Can we imagine sharing that statement with families during this season? It simplifies things doesn’t it? How can we clarify that statement even more?
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