The orange curriculum promotes the idea that the church and home have more combined influence on a kid or teen than alone. When the light of the church (yellow) and the heart of the family (red) are aligned, it makes an orange impact on a child’s life.
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While family ministry has always been important to many evangelical churches, it didn’t receive sustained reflection until recently. With declining church attendance among children and teens, it was time for a new strategy.
That’s where the Orange curriculum for churches comes in. It offers a comprehensive curriculum that starts at preschool and runs through high school. Each age range includes a small group, a leader guide, and a parent queues app that synchronizes with the weekly lesson and provides ideas for parents at bedtime, mealtime, drive time, etc.
The goal of Orange is to help churches create biblical resources that combine the influence of church and home because two voices combined are more vital than one voice alone. Their philosophy centers on relationships because kids are likelier to follow Jesus if they know him well. They also emphasize that ministry to kids and students is about the whole family. They create experiences and curricula that help churches connect with families and train leaders to do the same.
Refine the Message
To make the message of Jesus resonate, it needs to be repackaged for kids and families. The church and home can help kids build a strong foundation for faith that lasts through the ages.
Orange creates resources and experiences, encouraging this alignment between the church and family. They provide weekly curriculum for children and youth, dynamic event experiences, and digital ministry training.
The curriculum focuses on social-emotional learning. It is important because students learn more when managing their emotions and empathizing with others. It also helps students cope with stress and adversity.
The curriculum is easy to use and offers a variety of tools for churches. It includes a Sunday “252” package comprising a script, step-by-step plans for small groups, screen images, and theme graphics. It also has a leader network and a media package.
Reactivate the Family
With children accustomed to learning online and at home, churches need new ways to install faith in kids. It is where orange comes in. The company creates experience-based resources and tools for churches that work in tandem with parents to make an impact on kids.
Using the color orange as an analogy, Think Orange helps to align the light of the church (yellow) with the heart of the family (red). The two combined voices have a more significant influence than one voice alone.
Orange’s curriculum for birth through 5th grade includes videos, dances, stories, and fun lessons that will help your kids to grow in their relationship with God. And it doesn’t stop there – they also have an XP3 middle school and high school curriculum that ensures core messages are deeply understood rather than just heard. Besides their curriculum, Think Orange offers a leadership network, media package, and an Orange specialist to help you with your church’s needs. They also allow you to try their curriculum for free and provide a great deal on their media package for those who choose to invest in their entire suite of resources.
Orange is a unique curriculum provider that creates experience-based resources to help your church connect with kids. Their strategy and curriculum focus on aligning the church’s light with the home’s heart. They believe two combined influences will significantly impact more than one alone.
They encourage churches to elevate the community by creating safe and inviting environments for children and their parents. It will lead to a culture where parents can have meaningful discussions with other adults about the faith they are raising their children in and feel confident that their children are safe and well cared for.
Orange has worked with Playlister to make it easy for the corps to import their weekly curriculum content into their media software and cast it directly onto their screens. It makes it an excellent option for churches seeking simplicity and efficiency.
The color orange symbolizes how influential voices work together, combining family and church to make more of an impact than one on its own. That’s why Orange creates biblical resources that encourage alignment between the church’s light and the home’s heart, called the “orange strategy.”
Every week, orange provides churches with unique content that is written for their specific age groups. This content is delivered through the parent cue app, which parents can customize with their church’s unique Bible version, curriculum content, and teaching videos.
The team at Orange also hosts a series of live family ministry conferences and workshops throughout the year. These events inspire, educate, and empower church leaders to impact kids’ lives.