IWISH Social Media Plan For Parents

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

Twitter (tweets to tweet to parents):

–  Bottom line from week sessions

IWISH preview video tweet:  Parents here is what our series IWISH is all about:  https://vimeo.com/58587558

IWISH Session 1 Bottom line tweet:  Obeying Jesus isn’t just spiritual—it’s smart. #IWISH #XP3

IWISH Session 2 Bottom line tweet:  When you listen to wise people, you live wisely. #IWISH #XP3

IWISH Session 3 Bottom line tweet:  Fear blocks what God wants. 

–  Quote from Home Cue

Tweet:   Parents – your reaction when your teen messes up will determine how they respond to you in the future #IWISH #XP3

–  Action point from Home Cue

Tweet: Do you have a plan oh how to respond from unfavorable news from your student? #IWISH #XP3

–  Great parenting article from Orange parents

Tweet:  Parents here are some ways to take anger out of the equation: https://www.orangeparents.org/angry-dad/ #IWISH #XP3

–  A link to parentlink live

Tweet: Parents:  listen to April’s parenting podcast from @cnieuwhof:  https://www.orangeparents.org/parent-link-live/

–  An encouraging quote for parents

Tweet:  “Parents are not interested in justice, they’re interested in peace and quiet.” – Bill Cosby


Facebook (content to share on facebook):

–  Summary of the series:  I WISH (Series Description)

One of the hardest lessons in life is learning how to deal with regret. And one of the most valuable lessons is learning how to avoid it altogether. In every choice our students make, they have the power to walk down two roads: I wish I had or I’m glad I did. And when they understand that God will be with them in the midst of every decision they make, every moment of pressure they feel and even those times when they don’t make the best decision and have to deal with the sting of regret, they can walk through life with courage and discover who God has created them to be.

–  Recap from Home Cue:  So, how can you work at helping your student navigate the regret they might feel after they’ve made a poor choice or a bad decision?

A possible answer is to create a tentative plan on how to react when your student comes to you with some less than favorable news. What do you want to be sure to communicate? What do you want to be sure not to communicate?If you’re married, talk to your spouse and make sure that you are both on the same page about how you will react.

–  Great parenting article from Orange parents

Parents here are some ways to take anger out of the equation: https://www.orangeparents.org/angry-dad/ #IWISH #XP3

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