Global evangelist and founder of Christ for all Nations (CfaN)...
JLS were one of the biggest boybands of their day. The group rose to fame after reaching second place on ITV's X Factor and went on to sell over 10 million records. In this in depth interview with Premier Christianity's Sam Hailes, JB Gill recounts the highs and lows of his time in the band and explains how he's gone from winning BRIT awards to presenting programes about faith and farming on the BBC. The 31 year old also opens up about how, although he's always believed in God, he's found it hard to live out his faith. But now he's resolute, explaining how his Christianity is "at the centre" of his entire life and career.
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Read the interview in the latest issue of Premier Christianity magazine. Request a free copy here