A new Pinterest-inspired social network aims to give Christians an outlet for Â sharing religious content in a Â family-friendly environment.
At first glance, Godinterest Â could pass for a Â genuine Pinterest Â spin-off Â with Â its modular, navigable design and similar logo.
But London project manager Dean Jones developed the website as an original product, an answer for those who Â use Â Pinterest, but long for Â a exclusively Christian content-sharing experience.
The product is also aimed toward Christian organizations Â as an engagement tool.
“In today’s busy world, I believe that Christian ministries need to engage the public with social media and that there is added value in doing so,” Jones said in a press release.
So far, Â Godinterest’s Â trending Â content mirrors that of its Â secular inspiration, including event planning, inspirational quotes, home decor, children’s activities, wedding planning and recipes, all with a Christian focus.