Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Reform Magazine | February 24, 2018

Scroll to top

Top

June 2014

A canal calling

27/05/2014 |

Richard Alford on the work of a waterways chaplain

They say Birmingham has more canals than Venice. I can only cover a small area, but once a week I walk the towpath, talking to people and helping where needed.

Last … Read More

A chance to serve

27/05/2014 |

What opportunities are there for young people to engage in Christian service whilst on a gap year or holiday, in the UK or overseas? David Cruchley and Stephen Tomkins report on programmes run by the Council for World Mission and … Read More

A letter from… Konso, Ethiopia

27/05/2014 |

I’m very fortunate that where I grew up is a very green area of Ethiopia – we had rain. My family are small-scale farmers and grow all kinds of cereal crops and peas, and also keep sheep, goats, horses and … Read More

Christian activist: Who is the ransomer?

27/05/2014 |

Alastair McIntosh on the bomb and the Cross

Shortly before Easter, Scottish Christians Against Nuclear Arms stood outside the nuclear submarine base at Faslane, gathered in an act of public worship, a witness for peace. We came from many different … Read More

Chapter & verse: Acts 2:4

27/05/2014 |

A mighty thunder, a rush of wind, the tongues of fire, a huge crowd and a passionate speech resulting in the baptism of 3,000. This was the first Pentecost!

A small band of 120 people attracted 3,000 new members; this … Read More

Niall Cooper: Lets get down to earth

27/05/2014 |

The awful cost of funeral poverty

Funeral poverty is almost too awful to want to think about, but that is exactly what increasing numbers of people are confronted with when loved ones pass away.

When Emma’s partner died at a … Read More