Beliefnet Announces Web Channel with Jesus Daily

Beliefnet, the Web’s leading multi-faith inspiration and spirituality site and a property of BN Media, LLC (Norfolk, VA), now carries content from Jesus Daily™ (www.Facebook.com/JesusDaily), the #1 Most Active Page on Facebook® for the past 17 weeks per AllFacebook.com tracking.

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Norfolk, VA, August 31, 2011—Beliefnet (www.Beliefnet.com), the Web’s leading multi-faith inspiration and spirituality site and a property of BN Media, LLC (Norfolk, VA), now carries content from Jesus Daily™ (www.Facebook.com/JesusDaily), the #1 Most Active Page on Facebook® for the past 17 weeks per AllFacebook.com tracking. Jesus Daily™ has over 8.3 million Fans and 4 million weekly Interactions. Aaron Tabor, MD, diet and anti-aging expert founded Jesus Daily™ to help others establish a relationship with Jesus and connect Believers online. “I’m very happy to extend Jesus Daily’s hope-filled message and content for free to Beliefnet’s readers,” said Dr. Tabor.

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“Dr. Tabor is one of the nation’s leading anti-aging researchers and provider of Christian inspiration. As a physician himself, Dr. Tabor understands the need for healing both in the physical and spiritual sense. He is exceptionally successful in providing Christian-based information and resources for both physical and spiritual health as demonstrated by the tremendous success of Jesus Daily™ and we’re delighted to offer his expertise and insight on Beliefnet.com,” said Steve Halliday, Beliefnet’s President and CEO. He continued, “We’re excited about the content and the opportunity it provides Beliefnet to advance our mission of helping people find and walk a spiritual path that will bring comfort, hope, clarity, strength and happiness.”

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