I have been watching the twitter stream closely as Orange 2011 has been taking place. As I am watching I am enjoying some of the tweets and thought I would post them here. If for no other purpose than to be able to come back some day and re-read them again.
henryjz 4:05pm via Twitter for iPhone
“@johnincolorado: a smart church is always taking care of its babies first. gordon macdonald #orange11”// even in #kidmin we r bad at this
momwithaminivan: RT @danscott77: Whats more important – family or Lords work? Family is the Lords work.” Gordon Macdonald / good word.
toddmckee 5:03pm via HootSuite
RT @danscott77: When they R in a mess, people don’t need u to tell them the obvious; they need some1 willing 2 get messy & help them. @judwilhite #orange11
AndeeRigg 4:59pm via Twitter for iPhone
RT @cnieuwhof: “We’re not raising kids. We’re raising adults.” Jeff Manion #orange11
toddmckee 4:58pm via Twitter for iPhone
RT @samluce: “@mattmckee: 40% of 9th graders have sexted what if we could get 80% to text bible verses to eachother?”// wow great stat! #orange11
rachelmariehale: Tammy Davis just compared @reggiejoiner to Mr. Rogers with his calm demeanor and sweaters #orange11
beatcop818 5:54pm via txt
RT @SavedSister7: RT @benjaminread: Any church that does not turn it’s face towards the younger generation has set it’s course towards irrelevancy #orange11
TJ_Crawford: RT @terracecrawford: “Any church that does not turn it’s face towards the younger generation has set it’s course towards irrelevancy”
ronnie243176:07pm via txt
RT @BenRussell1224: If you think small you will be small -Jud Wilhite #ThinkOrange
RT @derekweidman: “Ministry is messy because sin is messy. So get over it, grab a mop, and let’s start cleaning up.” Jud Wilhite #thinkorange #orange11
luci_west3:53pm via txt
A smart church takes care of the babies first Gordon Macdonald #thinkOrange
These are just a few of the nice gems that I saw. I encourage you to read some blogs as well from these people and many others who have attended Orange 2011. Did you go? What were some of your big takeaways from it?