While Godinterest is often referred to as a “photo sharing website,” in reality it is much more than that. In addition to posting photos, people also post funny images, quotes and text. And some people don’t post anything at all, they just “like” and comment on what others post.
Because of that we think it’s more accurate and beneficial to think of Godinterest as a social network where images are the primary medium.
1) Post pics of creation. Give God all the praise.
4) Post pics from missions trips. Missions trips are especially good opportunities for great photos because they often provide the opportunity to mix in beautiful pictures of God’s creation, culture and people from other country’s.
5) Post quotes from scripture and Christian authors.
6) Post pics of Christian art. Godinterest is a visual medium. Sometimes art – whether it’s paintings, stained glass, sculpture or other – speaks louder than words.
7) Post pics of the people you love & things you like. In other words, be a real, authentic person.
8) Listen and engage with others. Remember Godinterest is a SOCIAL network. Don’t just broadcast. Follow your friends, family and people in your community who use Godinterest. View their pics, comment and encourage them.
9) Mention your faith in your Godinterest bio.
10) Post your testimony and/or a gospel presentation on the site your profile links toIn your Godinterest profile, you have the ability to include a link to a website. You can use this to link to your blog or personal website where you can tell the story of how God has transformed your life and can transform others as well.
11) Create a Godinterest profile for your church. If your a pastor or church communications person, you can create an Godinterest account for your church and do all of the above on behalf of your church.
What do you think of the suggestions above? Any really resonate with you? Got any other ideas for using Godinterest to share your faith online? Your comment will post immediately. Comments that are not in keeping with our comment policies may be removed by editors.