Amy Grisham

Amy Grisham loves getting the opportunity to brainstorm with leaders as they work to make their ministries fantastic places where kids learn about having a relationship with Jesus. She thinks it's so cool to see how God has wired leaders to do what He has called them to do. She also loves being a mother and wife and doing ministry as a family, as her boys, ages 11 and 13, start to come into their own and begin to see how God has wired them! She admits to being an embarrassingly rabid fan of any team her boys play on. She says, “I am definitely one of 'those' moms at the ballpark—but only because I'm the world's biggest cheerleader for my boys!”

Advice from Orange Specialists | Elementary | How To

Secret Sauce for ORANGE in a Small Church

Over the last 9 years I’ve had the awesome opportunity to connect with (conservatively) hundreds of amazing leaders. While it might come as a surprise, the majority of churches using… Read More

Advice from Orange Specialists | Elementary | Orange Strategy

Exhausted. Frustrated. Discouraged. Burned out.

Unfortunately, these are words that have become synonymous with leading a ministry. Why? Because we are so busy concentrating on helping others connect with God that we forget that we… Read More

Elementary | How To | Orange Strategy

Creative “Thank Yous” for Volunteers

“Thank you.” Don’t you feel appreciated when someone says those two words to you? So simple, yet so impactful! We like to hear it said to us, but do we… Read More

Elementary | Parents

An EVERYday Faith for Kids

We all want our children to have an everyday faith. Not a faith that just lives at church, but a faith that goes with them everywhere they go. But how… Read More

Elementary | How To

Benefits of Providing Special Needs Dedicated Space

One of the best ways to facilitate special needs inclusion is to assign a one-on-one helper or “buddy” to participants with learning differences or disabilities. Yet, even with buddies, some… Read More