Do you have a facebook page?  If you don’t have a facebook page for your youth ministry, you need to make one.  Here is my tutorial, Timeline for Facebook Pages: The Almost Complete Guide.  If you want an effective way of communicating to teenagers, facebook is the answer.  Here is a great infographic on the guide to facebook for businesses.  I think this can be helpful for your youth ministry, and your church get a handle on facebook pages.
Here are a few things that stand out to me! 
1. Tell a story.  What is your youth ministry about?  When did it start?  Who are the leaders, and when did they start?  Are there other milestones that help tell the story of your youth ministry?
2. Communicate visually!  The role of the cover photo is to communicate your important information.  For my youth ministry, I post the current series on my timeline!  I think it’s a reminder of what is going on.
3. Interaction.  Setting up a facebook page is all about interaction/involvement.  I am doing a series for my youth ministry where the students can vote on the topics.  This was a great way to see the students get involved.
What else did you notice from this infographic?  Please leave a comment below!  


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