Orange Books
Think Orange

Think Orange

Authors: Reggie Joiner

What if the primary mission of the church is not to help the family, and the number one priority of the family is not to go to church?

What if they are both designed to work together to show a generation who God is?

It’s not either/or. It’s both/and.

In Think Orange, Reggie Joiner shows how two combined influences can make a greater impact than just two influences separately. Church leaders who “think orange” make radical changes so they can …

Engage parents in an integrated strategy

Synchronize the home and church around a clear message

Provoke parents and kids to fight for their relationship with each other

Recruit mentors to become partners with families

Mobilize the next generation to be the church

When you think orange, you rethink the way you do ministry for children and teenagers.


You may also be interested in The Orange Leader Handbook.

  • Reggie Joiner

    Reggie Joiner

    Reggie Joiner is the founder and CEO of The reThink Group (also known as Orange), a non-profit organization whose purpose is to influence those who influence the next generation. reThink provides resources and training for churches and organizations that create environments for parents, kids, and teenagers.

    Prior to reThink, Reggie co-founded North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, with Andy Stanley. During his 11 years as the executive director of family ministry, he developed a new concept for relevant ministry for children, teenagers, and married adults. If you end up road tripping with him across the country on Orange Tour, be prepared to stop at every antique store along the way. He has found a way to wear orange for 3,453 days and counting.

    Reggie has authored and co-authored many books including Think Orange; The Think Orange Handbook; Zombies, Football and the Gospel; Seven Practices of Effective Ministry; Parenting Beyond Your Capacity; Lead Small; Creating a Lead Small Culture; and It’s Just a Phase.

    Reggie and his wife, Debbie, live in Cumming, Georgia, and have four children: Reggie Paul, Hannah, Sarah, and Rebekah. For more information about Reggie Joiner, follow him on Twitter @ReggieJoiner.