Launched in 2005 as an alternative to My Space, this site has done a nice job of giving Christians an alternative place to go to get the same sort of community.However, since being acquired by Left Behind Games in 2011, little has been done to modernize the site so how much value the company sees in the network remains to be seen.If you're interested in 'joining the conversation' specific to this niche, there are a number of Christian-specific social media sites you may want to consider.
The site hosts chat rooms and forums to further strengthen its online community.
It deviates slightly from the social networking format by including blogs on the site - but this seems to be a common approach for Christian-based social networking sites. Sign up is free, not restricted by age and you can join with your email or by using your Google, Yahoo or Facebook account.
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Registration requires email, date of birth, password, and CAPTCHA characters.
Compared to well-known social media sites, these sites are small, but considering they are niche sites, that is to be expected.
The site is associated with Fellowship of World Christians (FOWC), an organization committed to training individuals for the ministry.
Users can upload videos, send messages and interact virtually with online members.
Sites like this received a boost from Christian actor Kirk Cameron when Facebook initially blocked the actor's posts about his then upcoming movie Unstoppable.