Game On Social Media Plan For Parents

Here is the Game On Social Media Plan for parents.  The goal is to have offline conversations with their students within each month around the content.

If you missed the original post explaining what this Social Media plan is all about, then click here or need the Social Media Plan for students 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 influence parents for this week then please leave your comments below the post.

Social media plan for parents:  influences parents to have offline conversations with their kids within each month. 


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 about doing things for God but walking with God. #GameOn #XP3

Quote from Think About This (Parent Cue):  Students take their cues on how to live from their parents more often than anyone else. #GameOn #XP3

Action Point:  Parents: tell your teen about one thing God used to grow your faith. Then ask if they’ve noticed God work around them. #GameOn #XP3

Retweet from Orange Parents/MP:  Just how far does your influence as a parent go? It might span generations. #GameOn #XP3

Hyperlink to PLL:  Hi parents – check out the latest Parent Link Live by @cnieuwhof #GameOn #XP3

Encouraging Quote:  Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. –Chuck Swindoll #GameOn #XP3



Series Summary:

In any kind of competition or event, winning is almost always connected to how prepared you are.Though practice and the skill building may not seem necessary in the moment, when it’s game on, those skills are what will make all the difference. 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. Daniel’s life offers us a glimpse into just what is possible in our own lives when we become intentional about growing and developing a living and active faith in God.

Recap of Action Point:

Try This (Game On)

Here is an open-ended conversation starter to encourage dialogue between you and your child about faith. These can be asked at dinner, in the car, or anywhere that conversation flows easily. Remember to model the way by answering the question first and then asking your student.

  • Week 1:  What do you appreciate about God?
  • Week 2:  Where have you noticed God’s activity around you?
  • Week 3:  How can we make God a bigger priority in our family? (This is a great time to make a commitment as a family. You can choose to pray together or at the same time each day, read scripture, or read a devotional together. )
  • Week 4:  How can God use our family?

Share Orange parents link with encouraging question:

Just how far does your influence as a parent go? It might span generations. #GameOn #XP3

Orange Conference 2018