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Game On Social Media Plan For Students

Game On Social Media Plan For Students

Here is the Social Media Plan for engaging students with the Game On content.

If you missed the original post explaining what this Social Media plan is all about, then click here.

Feel free to use any and all of this information but also don’t feel tied to these updates word for word. These are simply examples that you could copy and paste if you wanted or add your own personality. If you have any questions, suggestions, or even content that other people can use to help engaging students for this week then please leave your comments below the post.

Social media plan for engaging students:

Twitter: (each tweets uses hashtag #XP3 #GameOn)

-  Teaser for series

Tweet: Daniel was a young Jewish boy who encountered his game on moments over and over—moments he was able to thrive in because of how he had honed his faith skills.  #XP3 #GameOn

-  Video Preview of series

Tweet:  Come and view what #GameOn is about here:

-  Bottom line from week sessions

Bottom Line Session 1:  Our faith grows when we apply the Bible to our lives.   #GameOn #XP3

Bottom Line Session 2:  Prayer is about knowing Someone, not getting something.  #GameOn #XP3

Bottom Line Session 3:  You talk by the way you walk.   #GameOn #XP3

Bottom Line Session 4:  Worship is not doing things for God but walking with God. #GameOn #XP3

-  Follow up tweet aiming at application

Session 1 application tweet:  What’s your experience reading the Bible? Did you find it difficult to understand? If so, why?

Session 2 application tweet:  Name one way you’d like to know God better.

Session 3 application tweet:  What do you think it means to talk about your faith?

Session 4 application tweet:  Do you feel like you can be totally honest with God? Why or why not?

-  Watch the fastest man, Usain Bolt, on the planet set a world record.  Bolt is always ready to bring his A game.  

 

Facebook:

-  Post series Facebook Timeline graphic

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FB post:  

FB post:  Bottom Line Session 1:  Our faith grows when we apply the Bible to our lives.   #GameOn #XP3

FB post:  Bottom Line Session 2:  Prayer is about knowing Someone, not getting something.  #GameOn #XP3

FB post:  Bottom Line Session 3:  You talk by the way you walk.   #GameOn #XP3

FB post:  Bottom Line Session 4:  Worship is not doing things for God but walking with God. #GameOn #XP3

-  Follow up question from session

Session 1 follow up question on Facebook:  What’s your experience reading the Bible? Did you find it difficult to understand? If so, why?

Session 2 follow up question on Facebook:  Name one way you’d like to know God better.

Session 3 follow up question on Facebook: What do you think it means to talk about your faith?

Session 4 follow up question on Facebook::  Do you feel like you can be totally honest with God? Why or why not?

 

Instragram:  (using #XP3)

-  Upload series graphic

This month’s series:  #Game On #XP3

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-  Please feel free to upload pics of your environment on instragram using #XP3 and make sure to include @xp3students in your pic upload.

2 Comments

  1. The suggested teaser tweet for Game On seems like it was meant for The Fighter. It reads: “Tweet: Do you like to fight? What if we fought for the relationship with our parents and our siblings instead of against them #XP3 #GameOn”

    Is this correct?

    • Yup you are right. It is being fixed now.

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