Q: What is Live to Serve?

A: Live to Serve is a unique and inspiring 210-minute experience celebrating, inspiring and investing in ALL your Kids Ministry volunteers!


Q: Do I need to use Orange Curriculum to come to this conference?
A: No. This day is about your volunteers, not a curriculum. We want to train them to be the best volunteers on the planet, celebrate them, inspire them, and make them so glad they showed up on a Saturday! But, we do believe we provide a great curriculum that could help you reach that goal.

Q: I'm new to Orange. Would Live to Serve benefit to me?
A: Yes! Live to Serve is for anyone who volunteers in Preschool or Children's ministry. While we will highlight some of our Orange Strategy during the event, our goal is to encourage, equip and celebrate volunteers—giving them vision and inspiration to continue doing what they are doing to change the lives of families.


Q: Who is Live to Serve for?
A: Anyone who volunteers in Preschool (ages 2 to Pre-Kindergarten) through Grade School Ministry in your church.


Q: Where can I find information about your children's curriculum?
A: The name of our preschool curriculum is First Look, and our children's curriculum is 252 Basics. Information as well as free samples are available online at
www.ThinkOrange.com. You can also try it for free at TryOrangeFree.com.


Q: Do you host any children's camps?
A: Yes, Camp KidJam is a new concept in children's camp designed not only for kids, but also for their leaders. As a component of the Orange Strategy, Camp KidJam is designed around the principles of 252 Basics, which teach children to grow in wisdom, faith and friendship. Camp KidJam is designed to provide a fun experience for kids, unique workshops to develop adult leaders and elevate the significance of small groups for children. Check out
www.CampKidJam.com for more information.


Q. What ongoing resources do you provide for parents?
A. ParentCue.org is our blog where families connect to a wider community of parents and leaders.

To better engage parents, you can also find weekly social media plans, e-mails, conversation guides, podcasts, and much more through the GoWeekly.com subscription for church leaders.


Q. What ongoing resources do you provide for small group leaders?
A. LeadSmall.org is our blog where small group leaders can hear from a diverse team of family ministry staff, veteran small group leaders and dedicated volunteers with years of experience.

To develop small group leaders, you can also find weekly social media plans, e-mails, conversation guides, seasonal training materials, videos, and much more through the GoWeekly.com subscription for church leaders.


Q: Do you provide any opportunities for leadership development?
A: Yes, besides Live to Serve, Orange Tour and Orange Conference, we offer
Orange Leaders and Lead Small. These websites offer a gathering of leaders who are passionate about engaging churches and families to influence the faith and character of the next generation. There are free and fee-based resources for leaders all year long. You can find more information about Orange as well as a complete list of all our resources and resources at www.ThinkOrange.com.

Q: What if I have a question that isn't answered here?
A: Please reach out! Email us at