This is one of the more robust Christian-themed social media sites, both in content and membership.
Besides having several online communities, the site's content is supplemented with blogs and videos - updated regularly - keeping the site's content fresh.
While major social media sites like Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram tend to define social media, there is a growing niche market including one for the Christian demographic.But you can learn more about the site on their FAQ page. Once you click the activation link, choose the type of account you want to open: individual, family/group, church, artist/band, organization/ministry.It has more than 600,000 members representing more than 22, 000 churches and 17,000 plus ministries. Founded by Pastor Duke Taber of the Vineyard Church movement, Christian Faithbook is another alternative to Facebook.The sites includes forums, chat rooms and even blogs to build its online community.According to My Praize, their site is perfect for: The site's main weakness is its bare bones design, which, according to their Facebook page as of June 2014, it is being redesigned and reprogrammed.