The Washington TimesThe Washington Times | By  Meredith Somers

If you want to make adorably tiny cupcakes or get ideas for charming engagement photos, Pinterest is your source. But what about people who are looking for an inspirational Bible verse, 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 believe that Christian ministries need to engage the public with social media and that there is added value in doing so,” said Dean Jones, project manager for Godinterest, in a press release posted to Digital Journal.

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

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

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