Begins as The Social Network for Christian Singles

Share Article is the social network for Christian singles. Unlike conventional online dating services, offers social events to meet other singles in person. is "the" social network for Christian singles. The business launched nationally last month and already features hundreds of members, attending social events around the Northern California area. If you're an Internet savvy Christian single, this service may be right up your alley. Very similar to, allows the Christian single to customize their own web-page, register online for events, and socialize with other Christian members (send flirts, invite to coffee, add friends, create favorite lists, post blogs, pictures, videos, send Emails, etc.).

President and CEO, Nick Nordby stated that's main function is ministry first and business second. Nordby stated,“ We would like to have social events in all 50 states within a couple years and our 10-year goal is to be the nation's #1 social network for Christian singles.”

Unique among Christian dating services, provides the option for the user to utilize the network for friends or relationships at their own pace. went live on September 1, 2006 and as a promotional kick-off, new members may join at a permanently reduced rate of 50% off the regular rate of $19.95 per month. The option to get the permanently reduced rate expires December 31, 2006. Insert the promotional code sP93Mr8t56 at the end of the billing page to get started today.

Being ministry minded has a professional clinical physiologist on staff that specializes in relational counseling and is available to every member as their first friend. Nordby stated, "I believe having Dr. Devereaux available to all our members in their times of need, is another aspect of our organization that makes it unparalleled to any other online site for singles. So don't wait, go ahead, create a page, get a date, hangout with friends, it's all up to you. We hope to see you, at our next event."


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