God-Tube, A Christian Version of YouTube

A Christian version of popular video sharing sight YouTube has been set up in the US to host user-generated content of a religious nature, reported the Australian Christian Lobby.

Published 01 May 2007  |  
A Christian version of popular video sharing sight YouTube has been set up in the US to host user-generated content of a religious nature, reported the Australian Christian Lobby.

The website, an imitation to the successful video-site YouTube was created by Chris Wyatt, a Dallas seminary student and former TV producer. The slogan for GodTube was 'broadcast Him'. It is claiming 50,000 viewings a day.

GodTube utilises web-based technology to connect Christians for the purpose of encouraging and advancing the Gospel worldwide, says the site's mission statement.

Postings should not be contrary to the evangelisation of Jesus Christ and His teachings, or constitute blasphemy, or be otherwise offensive to our online Christian community.

GodTube : http://www.godtube.com

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