Premier Christianity

A magazine and online space which seeks to engage the Church with articles on faith, culture and apologetics. 

Printed publications

Elon Musk: What the tech genius is teaching the church, March 2017

Mind the Gap, May 2016 (online version available to Premier Christianity subscribers only)

Online blogs

Dude Perfect – the YouTube trick-shot stars who loves Jesus even more than bottle flipping, November 2016

Reviewed: The new Christian documentary everyone’s talking about, September 2016

Jurgen Klopp is right, Christians should celebrate the success of others, September 2016

What Pixar’s Inside Out Teaches Us About Lament, November 2015


A collective of Christians in their 20s and 30s from all walks of life, who are living, working and trying to carve out our identity in our worlds. 

5 steps to avoiding #awkward Christmas, December 2016

Admitting Loneliness, April 2016

Taste and see that the coffee is good, February 2016

The Balance Between Needing and Wanting, January 2016 (part of Rhythms’ takeover of threads looking at how we can live a more ethical lifestyle)

Ignorant of the Spiritual Gifts?, September 2015

Troubled by Disagreement, August 2015

When Redundancy Got Me Lost in the Woods, July 2015

Confessions of an Awkward Christian, June 2015

Six Steps to Saintly Social Media, May 2015

OMG: What’s In A Name, March 2015

Tales From an Awkward Walk Home, February 2015 (part of a series leading to Valentine’s Day)

From Bible College to Banking, January 2015

Tearfund Lifestyle

A diverse community of people seeking to live differently and change their world. 

What a Homeless Man Taught Me About Prayer (June 2015)

Piecing Together the Puzzle (May 2015, part of Rhythms’ focus on the General Election)

Beautifully Hospitable (April 2015)

God, The Ultimate Polyglot (March 2015)

The Allure of New (February 2015, part of Rhythms’ #WearItOut campaign)

Undefined Expectations (January 2015)

A Beautiful Exchange of Stories (December 2014)


A magazine encouraging faith, thought, opinion and discussion. Behind every face is a belief and a story. 

What do they see?, February 2017

Wanderings in Lisbon, November 2016

Thoughts from Terminal 4, November 2016


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