Social Media Plan starting Feb. 11th

Here is the Social Media Plan for influencing parents to have offline conversations with their kids. If you missed the first post explaining what that is then click here. The following information will be 6 tweets, 3 Facebook posts with 2 Facebook Timeline photos, 2 pictures for Instagram, and 2 articles to pin on Pinterest. 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 you can add your own personality. These posts should start going out on Monday Feb. 11th and follow this social media plan. If you have any questions, suggestions, or even content that other people can use to help influence parents for this week then please leave your comments below the post.



  • Monday: Your child might have gotten a little messy yesterday at church but learned a little about peace.
  • Tuesday: At dinner tonight ask: What do you think is not fair in your life right now?
  • Wednesday: Parents can have peace with their kids a week at a time.
  • Thursday: At bedtime tonight ask: How can you react when someone uses fighting words?
  • Friday: MC Haggis introduces the widget of the month.
  • Saturday: Helping kids deal with peer conflict



Possible Timeline Photos for your Facebook Page in February:





  • Monday:
    • Your child learned yesterday at church, Prove you care about others by letting go of “what’s fair”.
    The picture looks like this:


  • Thursday:The people I argue with the most are the people I am closest to—my family. Maybe it’s because I wouldn’t care as much if my mailman lied to me. Or if my grocer called me a mean name. But when my family—those I care most about—do something like that, it’s hard to choose peace and I bet the same is true for you.So take some time this week to sit down with your family and show you care more about them than you do about winning an argument. How? Take turns telling each person the top five reasons you are glad they are a part of your family. And maybe next time you find yourself arguing with your big brother, you will remember just how awesome he is at getting you past that airplane level of your favorite Sonic the Hedgehog game and decide your relationship with him is way more important than winning the argument.



Here are 2 possible Instagram Photos for you this week:


Here is what your kids talked about yesterday at church




This month at church we are getting messy






2 articles to pin this week

  1. Parents can have peace with their kids a week at a time.
  2. Helping kids deal with peer conflict
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