Thinking “Orange”…Family Ministry Strategies When Families Have Special Needs

This Key Ministry book study and teaching series based upon Reggie Joiner’s book “Think Orange.” The series examines application of family ministry strategies when families are raising children with disabilities, and was originally presented from January 30-April 17, 2011 on Church4EveryChild.

January 30, 2011: Introduction:

February 5, 2011: To Make “Orange” You Need Red in Addition to Yellow

February 12, February 15, 2011: Thinking “Orange”: What Does it Mean For the Church to be “Light” to a Family Impacted by Disability? (Part One of Two) (Part Two of Two)

February 20-21, 2011: Thinking “Orange”: “Warm Hearts”…The family’s role in spiritual development is magnified when kids have disabilities…as well as the church’s role (Part One) (Part Two)

February 27, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…Family Values: Partnering with parents of kids with disabilities

March 3, 2011: Guest Post…Thinking “Orange”: Libby Peterson on Partnering With Parents

March 6, 2011: Thinking “Orange”: Things Every Kid…With or Without Disabilities Needs

March 13, 2011: Thinking “Orange”: The advantages of an integrated ministry strategy

March 20, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…Communicating the Message

March 23, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…A Parent’s Perspective-Mike Woods from Making Room

March 27, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…Helping Parents of Kids With Disabilities Do A Little Bit More

April 3, 2011: Thinking “Orange”: Catalysts for Spiritual Growth For Kids With…and Without Disabilities

April 10, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…Kids With Disabilities Present the Church With a Unique Opportunity

April 17, 2011: Thinking “Orange”…Takeaway Points

Here’s a link to to a website to download the Kindle version of Think Orange…the Kindle app allows the book to be read on an i-Pad.

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