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Groundwire Calls Christians to Go #Unselfie to Spread Message of Jesus’ Love
Social Media Campaign rallies the Christian community to come together on #GivingTuesday, December 1, 2015

Lori Heiselman

Terry Warren

November 18, 2015 Castle Rock, CO – On December 1, 2015, interruption media ministry Groundwire, which operates, is rallying Christians to use their social pages to spread the message that #JesusCares by using Thunderclap, a ‘crowdspeak’ program that allows a unified message to permeate social media all at once. 


Users sign up to allow the app to post the #JesusCares message on their behalf, using their social influence so that the message is sent at the same time from every person’s account. Thunderclap has performed successful campaigns for brands such as People Magazine, The Discovery Channel, Levis, and TOMS Shoes. 

The groundbreaking #JesusCares campaign provides an easy way for Christians to come together and promote a salvation message video and the opportunity for their friends and followers to chat live online with one of Groundwire’s spiritual coaches.  Groundwire is the only ministry that offers 24 hour per day, 7 day a week live chat opportunity with trained spiritual coaches.  

With 13 days left to gather support, the campaign has already received an incredible response. Currently over 200,000 people will be reached on December 1st with the following message: This #GivingTuesday my #Unselfie is giving the gift of hope to a generation that needs to hear #JesusCares.

To sign up for the campaign, please visit jesuscares247

This is a timely message that will be seen across the social platforms Facebook and Twitter on a day when the focus is giving with #GivingTuesday.  Groundwire founder Sean Dunn urges users to take the time to sign up and offer their own influence to the cause, “This is a great and tangible way for Christians to use social media for good, and to join together as one body to do so. Uniting these many social voices will be incredibly powerful.  Let’s give the gift of Christ on this #GivingTuesday.”   

About Groundwire:  Groundwire was launched in 2003 as an outreach program of Champion Ministries on two secular stations in Denver, CO and Spokane, WA with radio spots that simply shared the hope, love and purpose of Christ.  This model has evolved with targeted ads currently heard on over 1,500 radio and TV stations (both Christian and secular), reaching a weekly audience of over 20 million.  Volunteers offer live coaching and encouragement 24 hours a day via, which averaged over 420,000 visits each month across the web platforms.  Champion Ministries d.b.a. Groundwire operates as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.  http://www.