New Website Unites All Faiths in Heightened Closeness to Spirituality:

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Christian networking site available. Join now to help spread his word and pray for others in need:

It's called My Gods and according to spokesman, Richard Kaye, it is drawing thousands of visitors each week. "This is a culmination of a dream" said he, "a forum that is open to all persons regardless of religious background who seek a different kind of closeness to their own perception of practicing their faith."

But visitors describe the site as much more than an electronic center to focus on individual beliefs. Here, strangers become friends, non-believers become believers, proof-seekers discover miraculous experiences, and advice and guidance can be obtained by anyone. All one has to do is ask.

When queried as to whether there is any kind of membership charge, periodic donations, or fees of any kind, Richard Kaye, answered with an unqualified "NO". "We just wanted to get this idea "out there". A sort of spiritual 'Field of Dreams'. We knew if we built it, people would come."

The thousands who are arriving each week may be just the beginning. In fact, Richard Kaye admits he is working 12 hours a day anticipating and implementing methodology to meet a myriad of questions, problems, emergencies of faith and anything else needed to enhance a "feel good" experience. Yet he maintains this is not forced, or spoon-fed religion. "What is offered on My Gods Facebook is "love in its purest form." Visitors sense it immediately. It just seems to jump out at even the most casual visitor."

He urges anyone who wants to experience a rare phenomena of sheer goodness should visit us at My Gods

For additional information contact INFORMATION CENTER, My Gods or call: 954-650-8887

Meet My Gods Facebook, a religious website - well not exactly!
Want a place to test the waters of spirituality without a commitment, even without faith? It's just a couple of clicks away. But be prepared for a fascinating destination that may provide a new look at what electronic spiritual connectivity may be all about. It's called


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