We constantly ask ourselves what to post daily on our Church Facebook Page and from where we can get materials to post.
Posting on Facebook can somewaht considered to be as a challenge as we also have other church responsibilities. Having that said, here are some ways how to get it done.
1. Try talking about last Sunday’s sermon.
If you can ask somebody from your church to take notes about your sermon and make 5 posts, so you would have one for each work day, out of your message that can be talked about on Facebook.
For instance, you can post “last Sunday, I talked about forgiveness. Why is it we have trouble doing that?
The pastor preached on creation a week ago. Is it really possible for dinosaurs to have roamed the world with man?
2. Bible Devotions on a daily basis.
The members of the church sometimes or often forget to read their bibles on a daily basis. Simply post something from your day-to-day reading and add a comment to it. Example: I was looking at in Romans 1: 24-25. What lie were people believing in these verses?
You should try encouraging your members to read their bibles at least once in each day. There is no better way but to be an example to them.
3. Prayer for things going on today.
Have somebody who is fond of praying say a prayer for something that is happening today.
For example: God please be with our soldiers and protect them as they are fighting.
If you choose to list prayer for someone particular, please keep in mind that sharing personal prayer requests can cause issues because of the sensitive nature. Before posting anything personal, you should get out of your way and ask the people concerned to show that you respect their privacy.
4. Survey your congregation by learning how tocreate a like page on facebook.
People naturally love to voice out their own opinion on any given subject. the members of your church are no different. Begin to prepare them for the Sunday message by asking them a “poll” question.
For example: this Sunday, I will be preaching on tithing. Does Jesus care how much we contribute?
5. Sparingly share announcements
Bear in mind! Facebook is for Human relationships, not your church bulletin. On the flip side, it may be useful once or twice a week to remind your congregation of important upcoming events.
6. Ultimately – LOOK For Ways To Satisfy Needs And Minister.
People need to comprehend God’s ways and to be introduced to Christ no matter if they are in a church or on Facebook. Please don’t forget the primary reason why are we living, it is to spread the gospel with the entire world.
For further information on how to make a like page on facebook, feel free to visit Chad Gleaves’ site.