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With just 10 days to go until the Friends reunion, Jamie Cutteridge considers how the show has connected with young and old alike, and what Christians can take away from it
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Churches have lost confidence in their ability to deliver youth work. Jamie Cutteridge, editor of new magazine Premier Youth and Children’s Work, looks at the findings.
Michael and Lisa Gungor may have sparked controversy among some Christians by saying they no longer take the Bible's stories about creation and the flood literally, but the duo have continued to draw large crowds on both sides of the Atlantic and today they're making more music than ever before.
Jamie Cutteridge reports from a field near Kettering
Jamie Cutteridge caught up with Christian activist and leading figure in the New Monasticism movement Shane Claiborne to talk about American evangelicalism and Donald Trump
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Justin Bieber is the biggest pop star on the planet. He’s also been using his platform to tell people about Jesus. Jamie Cutteridge charts the 21-year-old’s journey so far
Jamie Cutteridge celebrates singer songwriter David Bowie, a man whose creative brilliance shared some of God's creativity
JJ Abrams has gloriously resurrected Star Wars telling a tale of prodigal sons and daughters in the process. Jamie Cutteridge explains just why it's so good.
Since it began its run in London’s West End in 2013 The Book of Mormon has broken theatre records, becoming one of the most successful (and offensive) musicals of recent years. Jamie Cutteridge asks whether the church could learn a lesson or two from it.
Christian journalist Jamie Cutteridge, going beyond the call of duty, recounts his trip to see Fifty Shades of Grey at his local cinema...egg custard tarts in hand.
Since he finished playing that famous Belgian detective, David Suchet has had time for some interesting projects, including spending more than 200 hours recording an audiobook of the entire Bible. Premier Youthwork’s Jamie Cutteridge found out what prompted this act of devotion.