Truli, the latest and possibly the biggest Christian social networking and content distribution website, is set to launch this summer, promising Christian artists unique opportunities for sharing their content with a broader audience.

Truli will not only serve as a social networking website, like Facebook, it will also feature sermons, music, concerts, movies, comedy and Internet/TV programs that the online community can enjoy, making it stand out from other Christian social networking websites — such as the dating site or the social

The name, Truli, was apparently inspired from the Bible, from all the instances in which Jesus begins his sentences with the word “truly.” One example the company’s website offers is from John 3:11 : “Truly, truly, I say to you, we speak of what we know, and bear witness to what we have seen…”

Truli promises to open doors to new and diverse audiences for Christian musicians and filmmakers, who may have found it challenging to distribute their material in a largely secular-dominated entertainment industry. The network’s subscription costs $9.95 a month, and will also be accessible on tablet and smartphone devices.

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