QuietTime focuses on you and God. It's not about your friends or sharing content. It's entirely about your personal relationship with Jesus Christ," said Chris Carberg, Founder & CEO of Holypop LLC.
(PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Social Media is the biggest Internet buzzword since "dot com", and is changing the way individuals use the Internet. Churches and faith-based organizations have all jumped onto this bandwagon, and the results are interesting. Recent studies show that religious web users are equally as tech-savvy as those that do not believe in any religion or practice religious behavior.
Holypop.com is an innovative free website for Christians seeking Bible content in the form of study tools or Q&A, but was only the first step for the creative technology team. They are officially announcing the existence of an upcoming web app called QuietTime.me.
QuietTime focuses on you and God. It's not about your friends or sharing content. It's entirely about your personal relationship with Jesus Christ," said Chris Carberg, Founder & CEO of Holypop LLC. "We're building a powerful tool that will make your take your relationship with Christ to a new dimension."
QuietTime.me is expected to launch in Q2 of 2012, but the team at Holypop believe they've got a winner on their hands.
"For the first time, you'll be able to visualize your walk with Christ on the web. Everything you do with be something you can see, and experience in a new way", Carberg said.
Users can sign up for updates at http://www.QuietTime.me
Holypop.com LLC was founded in 2008 in Central Florida, offering a Christian web-based educational community with quality biblical content, absolutely free. Holypop is also is in the process of developing mobile apps, web applications, and solutions for churches.
Holypop is Faith in a New Generation.