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Godinterest Featured in the Messenger – Journal of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Godinterest.co.uk offers a Christian alternative to Pinterest

Seventh-Day_Adventist_Church_logo.svg(London England 2014) – For those who love the site Pinterest but want to share within a Christian environment, Godinterest.co.uk could be a safe, family-friendly Christian alternative. Godinterest.co.uk is a new online photosharing platform, which strives to have Christian content.

It is owned by Dean Jones, a 35-year-old Seventh-day Adventist from London. According to him: ‘We are a Christian social networking website and are mindful of the values that Christians are bound by.’ This Christian alternative to Pinterest was created to allow people to post photos within a Christian environment that disallows ill-mannered language and distasteful images. Jones said, ‘Pinterest in no doubt one of the leading social media sites that allow users to share things they like, largely through images. However, the posts on Pinterest are not always guaranteed to be family friendly.

Godinterest.co.uk is a platform for sharing and discovering that we hope provide an additional cushion of safety. It’s a beautiful and fun way to capture and share ’s world in moments with and family. Free registration includes access to all of the website’s features, including sharing images with friends and following friends’ updates.

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