Join the Global Conversation: 2014 World Cup


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Have you started using social media to join the global conversation about the 2014 FIFA World Cup coming up  in Brazil June 12th? Consider sharing The Prize movie from Athletes in Action on Facebook and Twitter. This 26-minute evangelistic online film is even available in 27 languages. The six players’ testimonies  in the film are:

  • Kaká from Brazil @kaka
  • Eyong Enoh from Cameroon @enoh_eyong
  • Radamel Falcao from Columbia @falcao
  • Cacau (Claudemir Jerônimo Barreto) from Germany
  • Brad Guzan from the U.S. A. @bguzan
  • Jacob Mulenga from Zambia @JacobMulenga8

Of course, the World Cup is, and will be, a global conversation for more than a month, so you’ll have lots of opportunities to promote this great film. If you use a social media dashboard like Hootsuite, Buffer, Tweetdeck, and others, why not take a little time to schedule some Facebook posts and tweets?

According to ritetag.com, some excellent hashtags for the World Cup are:

  • #worldcup2014
  • #brazil
  • #brazil2014
  • #brasil2014

These recommendations will change, so click here for up-to-the-minute best hashtags for worldcup2014 calculated by

“The Prize: Under Pressure” can also be viewed and shared through the JESUS Film Media app (get it here: www.jesusfilmmedia.org). Encourage your non-Christian friend to download the app to their mobile device so they can watch the film when they have a spare half hour. The app also has many thought-provoking short films and The JESUS Film… all in multiple languages.

How are you using the World Cup to share your faith?

Related article: How Africa Tweets Infographic with “click to tweet” quotes from African Christian football players.

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