Scores are dead after vicious weekend clashes in central Nigeria between mostly Muslim cattle herders and Christian farmers, with one report citing police saying 86 people were killed.
To say that Christians and Christianity are under a withering and brutal attack in certain areas of the world would be an understatement.
Today’s world feels like a constant barrage of unpleasantness. And if you’re like me, the frustration of not being able to “fix” it can become taxing. We can get so consumed with the anger, heartbreak, grief, pity, outrage, petulance of bad news that it’s difficult to find joy in our everyday lives.
Godinterest.co.uk offers a Christian alternative to Pinterest
A new Pinterest-inspired social network aims to give Christians an outlet for sharing religious content in a family-friendly environment.
At first glance, Godinterest could pass for a genuine Pinterest spin-off with 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 use Pinterest, but long for a exclusively Christian content-sharing experience.
The product is also aimed toward Christian organizations 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, Godinterest’s trending content mirrors that of its secular inspiration, including event planning, inspirational quotes, home decor, children’s activities, wedding planning and recipes, all with a Christian focus.