Wired For Christ (WFC) is a Christian Based Non-Profit organization dedicated to strengthening security in the Church and Church-related Entities (C&CE). Our motto is “We Have Your Church’s Six.” The “six” is a military reference for having your partners back. While your organization is busy serving others, we want to serve your mission by strengthening your ability to take control of your security. We specialize in designing and installing state of the art security camera systems at no cost to your Church. There is no reoccurring cost and all at 100% free to the Church. Our goal is to work with your C&CE to design the right system to meet your security needs and then our highly skilled partners will complete your installation.
My name is Jason Corrigan and I am the founder of Wired for Christ. I spent my early career designing and installing security systems for hospitals and schools and then 9-11 happened… I knew I had a higher calling and I joined the Air Force. I spent the next 4 years deploying to Iraq as part of a ground combat team. When we weren’t capturing terrorists, we were monitoring security systems that were installed at Forward Operating Bases (FOBs) in Iraq. After my last deployment, I decided to separate from the military and went to work for the Defense Industry. I spent the next 5 years deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan managing/installing FOB security systems. I have over 20 years of experience in the security business and know God has called me to this.
My grandmother helped lead me to Christ when I was 12 years old. But I didn’t truly meet the Risen Christ until I went on a “Walk to Emmaus” and I met God in a totally new way. He met me during the walk and allowed me to let go of all my sin I was carrying and reminded me of an idea I had back in 2015. In Feb of 2015, I started this WFC journey. I felt God challenging me to do more! I felt him challenging me to look for a way to take all of my military and security experience to glorify him. But… I let doubt and the devil creep in to convince me that I could never make it work and I simply couldn’t do it. It took the walk and just being still to hear Gods word. During my “Walk to Emmaus” he met me there and asked me… “What are you doing with MY idea I gave you?” As I began to plead with God, he clearly spoke to me… “All of that is correct… YOU can’t do this, but I can, let’s go”.