Julie Tiemann

Julie Tiemann has served in elementary-age church environments since aging out of them herself at the ripe age of 12, and she has used that experience in her work as a writer for faith-based organizations, including Orange. She lives in Roswell, Georgia with her husband Mike and their two middle school daughters, and when she's not leading worship at church or reading, she’s camping or hiking with her family. She shares her thoughts on life, faith and parenting at julietiemann.com.

Elementary | Leadership | Parents | Preschool | Preteen | Volunteers

Growing Confidence in Kids

As many kids step back into a physical building for school this year, one thing they will desperately need is confidence. They’ve had a year of seeing some really hard… Read More

Elementary | How To | Orange Strategy

OC14: Designing a Family Experience to Capture the Imagination of Your Community

Mike Clear, director of children’s strategy for Orange, has served as a family ministries director for nearly a decade. He had great advice at an Orange Conference breakout today on… Read More

Elementary | How To | Orange Strategy

OC14: Tips for Finding Great Props, Actors, and Having an Effective Rehearsal

Checking in again here from Orange Conference 2014, where we’ve been soaking up all sorts of helpful information during preconference breakouts. Wednesday afternoon, Orange production experts Greg Payne and Sunny… Read More

Elementary | How To | Orange Strategy

OC14: Jon Acuff Shares How Social Media Affects Our Kids

So many of us are gathered here in Atlanta for Orange Conference 2014. Preconference has begun, which means we’re privileged to sit in breakouts led by great ministry leaders. Jon… Read More