The Washington Times | By  Meredith Somers

If you want to adorably tiny cupcakes or get ideas for charming engagement photos, is your source. But what about who are looking for an inspirational , ironic religious T-shirt, or a picture of a holy site — all in one place?

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“In today’s busy world, I that Christian ministries need to engage the public with social and that there is added in doing so,” said Dean Jones, project manager for Godinterest, in a press release posted to Digital Journal.

Godinterest, he said, “ enable our users to share within a Christian Social Network.”

Mr. Jones said his hope for Godinterest is that users find easy to connect, share, and post information, all within a “safe, ” to its (apparently) sinful sibling Pinterest.

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