Here is the Social Media Plan for engaging students with the Ten 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 #Ten)
– Teaser for series
Tweet: Come join our new series: Ten and experience how God revealed His heart to His people and how He kept his people free. #Ten
– Video Preview of series
Tweet: Come and view what #Ten is about here: http://vimeo.com/73037278 #XP3
– Bottom line from week sessions
Bottom Line Session 1: Relationship always precedes rules with God. #Ten #XP3
Bottom Line Session 2: The most important decision you make is what you place at the center of your life. #Ten #XP3
Bottom Line Session 3: When you use the name of God to dodGe the Will of God, you Will ultimately miss out on God entirely. #Ten #XP3
Bottom Line Session 4: God can be trusted to provide. #Ten #XP3
Bottom Line Session 5: God places value on each person, and desires for everyone to be free. #Ten #XP3
– Follow up tweet aiming at application
Session 1 application tweet: Based on your experience, what do you think are some of God’s rules? #XP3 #Ten
Session 2 application tweet: Why is it easier to want God involved in certain areas of your life over others? #XP3 #Ten
Session 3 application tweet: On a scale of 1 to 10, how close to God would you say you are right now? #XP3 #Ten
Session 4 application tweet: Define rest for you. #XP3 #Ten
Session 5 application tweet: Why did God spend four commands on our relationship with Him and six on how we treat others? #XP3 #Ten
– a youtube video that illustrates the 10 commandments:
– Post series Facebook Timeline graphic
– Bottom line from week session
FB post: Ten session 1: The Rules. God established a relationship with the Israelites long before He even gave them the rules. He wanted them to know they were His people. The reality is that following the rules will never make God love us more. In fact, when you try to live them out, you begin to see just how much you need Him. With God, the relationship always precedes the rules. Always.
FB post: Ten session 2: One and Only. If our lives revolved around God, then all of the other commandments, such as stealing, lying, adultery, etc., wouldn’t be an issue. So what would your life look like if you had no other gods but God?
FB post: Ten session 3: That’s Not My Name. The reality is that we abuse God’s name when we choose to use it for our own selfish purposes—and that’s a dangerous game that involves more than just a careless slip of the tongue. If we dodge the will of God in the name of God, then we run the risk of missing God entirely.
FB post: Ten session 4: Do Nothing. What if you spent time each week pausing, reflecting and acknowledging what God has done for you and everyone else the rest of the week? What if you took time to stop, rest and realize that no matter how much you thought you were in control of every minute, He was really in control all along?
FB post: Ten session 5: Unto Others. God gave us rules because He knows that not only is our relationship with Him important, but so are the relationships He has placed in our lives.
– Follow up question from session
Session 1 follow up question on Facebook: Based on your experience, what do you think are some of God’s rules?
Session 2 follow up question on Facebook: Why is it easier to want God involved in certain areas of your life over others?
Session 3 follow up question on Facebook: On a scale of 1 to 10, how close to God would you say you are right now?
Session 4 follow up question on Facebook: Define rest for you.
Session 5 follow up question on Facebook: Why did God spend four commands on our relationship with Him and six on how we treat others?
Instragram: (using #XP3)
– Upload series graphic
This month’s series: #Ten #XP3
– Please feel free to upload pics of your environment on instragram using #XP3 and make sure to include @xp3students in your pic upload.