We are excited to announce a new partnership with Orange, an organization we believe will help us better impact children, teenagers, and families for years to come.
There is significant alignment between our organizations. Just like The Salvation Army, Orange has a message that is “based on the Bible.” Their ministry is “motivated by the love of God.” And they create resources that teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and lead kids, teenagers and adults to serve others.
Our team at Orange is connected by a simple goal to influence anyone who influences the next generation. We use the color orange as a symbol of what can happen when the light of the church (yellow) combines with the heart of the home (red) to align their efforts to impact kids and teenagers.
As long as churches do only what churches are doing, they will get only the results they are presently getting. And as long as families do only what families are doing, they will produce only the outcomes they are presently producing. To experience a different outcome, we have to embrace a different strategy. The critical question is who is going to initiate the strategy to get churches and families to think Orange? When you think Orange, you see how two combined influences make a greater impact than just two influences.