Godinterest – Christian blog covering faith, culture and life

What would happen if millions of Christians around the world worked together to share their stories online? What if instead of sharing cute kittens we helped publish stories that matter — stories of defeat and hope, hurting and bliss and acts of self-sacrifice that have the potential to change lives?

Our mission is to look through the never-ending sea of information on the Internet to uncover the most important Christian-based stories and give them massive attention.

Why?
Jesus is at work in our world today and we, as His disciples, are entrusted with the amazing privilege of being His co-workers. However, there is a mentality around which would suggest that, now we are Christians, this world is like some kind of cosmic ‘waiting room’ in which we sit idly waiting for either death or the return of Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Nothing could be further from the truth! Rather, we are now to work with Jesus and serve others in His Name. What we do is called ‘ministry’ and the exciting challenge before us is to discover just what kind of ministry we are to fulfil.

Technology and Evangelism

It’s hard to express the degree to which the Internet is changing society. With mobile technology becoming such a huge part of our lives most people couldn’t envision life without it. At every point within the bible God made a way for His Church to embrace the opportunities to tell more people of His love, and we believe that the Internet is no different. At Godinterest we couldn’t be more convinced that God has a purpose for this technology, and so Godinterest is dedicated to utilising it to empower believers throughout the world to share the life changing message of Jesus.

The blog is updated weekly. It includes weekly features, news (“slices”), columns and reviews.

Its content includes media about Christian history, personal, family oriented stories and various contents from a Christian viewpoint. 

 

 

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  1. I wrote one blog on doing the right thing. It was concerned with picking up a hitch hiker or not? After picking him up I was faced with the problem of was i doing good or endangering myself. If you would like to give it a read let me know and I will reblog it .

  2. These are my basic core Christian beliefs:
    I believe in the only triune God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I believe that Jesus put away man’s sin by His life, body and blood as the sacrifice and replacement for man at the cross of calvary for those who will believe this. I do believe He is soon to come again and He is coming for those who are waiting to be rescued from this world and the corruption in it because, by God’s grace, they are counted worthy to be saved out of this world by faith. I believe man’s existence is to, at it’s simplest root, glorify God in all that he or she does and only in God through Christ Jesus will man find their God-given identity. Amen.
    God bless you sir in Jesus name Mr. Dean Jones.

  3. I absolutely agree with, and support your mission. The internet has global ability to beam temptation right into our lives, and facilitates sin on a massive scale. The Christian is not immune, nor are we captive. This is why a site such as “Godinterest” is a haven where one can receive biblical truth, encouragement, and exhortation. It would be my sincere joy and pleasure to be a contributor, and do more to stand the tide of ever increasing, encroaching, and celebrated depravity that ensnares God’s people, and keeps sinners from the saving truth of the Gospel. I would gladly cast my lot and voice into your venture. I see my writing as a ministry, and would love to broaden my scope of service.

  4. Thanks for following Freedomborn but I choose to follow those who respond to all their Comments they receive not just a few. Blogging for whatever reason is not just about us, when someone takes the time to share their thoughts with us we don’t just ignore then or add a quick like, we do to others as we would like them to do to us and what we do for others we are doing for Jesus.

    But I wish you well – Anne.

  5. Thank you, GODINTEREST for following my blog!
    I am honored to be followed by such personalities and will also love to be part of this wonderful MINISTRY as we all await JESUS AGAIN.
    God bless you ALL.

  6. Thank you for reading and following my blog about my journey through pregnancy loss. I love your writing and encouragement to share in ministry!

  7. Hello, Thank you very much for stopping by my blog and following. I do appreciate it. I think that you have started a cool concept here so I certainly will be following. Have a blessed day!

    ~baaps

  8. Do you mind if I sometimes use an image on my blog? I will be certain to give credit as to where it came from and proper copyright notice. I worked in intellectual property, including trademarks, patents and copyrights, for a number of years as a paralegal, and promise I am sensitive to not simply “borrowing” an image as mine.”

  9. Hello and Happy New Year on the eve of 2016!

    THANK YOU for following/subscribing to/reading my blog! It was incredible to sit down for a couple hours and explore who all of you are. Writers, musicians, world-travelers, spiritualists, realists, teachers, and researchers – I am honored to be virtually followed by such a diverse, intelligent, and dynamic crew.

    Victoria

  10. Thanks to Jody for appreciating “A Conversation with God” and sharing it…you may also enjoy this – “Free Will, Domain, and a Continuum of Consciousness” from this irreverent part-time philosopher 🙂

  11. Thanks for reading and following my blog about walking 500 miles of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain. I hope you enjoy reading more in the months to come 🙂

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