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Reform Magazine | February 19, 2018

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June 2017

Interview: The race set before us

26/05/2017 |

Rebekah Gregory, a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing talks to Stephen Tomkins and Charissa King

Rebekah Gregory and her five-year-old son Noah were cheering on a friend at the finishing line of the Boston Marathon on 15 April 2013 … Read More

A good question: How can we promote the common good?

26/05/2017 |

One question, four answers

 

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The age of loneliness

26/05/2017 |

Loneliness is epidemic among older people in Britain but churches are well placed to make a difference, says Debbie Thrower

Most of us have put on the television at some point when we are at home on our own, just … Read More

Pat Finlow: Party time

26/05/2017 |

As this short election season comes to a climax on 8 June, Pat Finlow of Christians in Politics has one more slogan for Christians to hear

Elections tend to attract slogans of one kind or another: pithy sayings that capture … Read More

If pulpits could talk

26/05/2017 |

From modern Communion tables to ancient pews, Stephen Tomkins hears the stories told by church furniture

For my art O level, one of the subjects for paintings was simply ‘A church’. I lovingly reproduced my own church in oils. ‘Err, yeah,’ … Read More

Reviews – June 2017

26/05/2017 |

Meet the Trinity

The Shack Directed by Stuart Hazeldine Certificate 12a, 132 minutes Released 9 June

Mack (Sam Worthington) takes his kids on a camping trip with friends. Tragedy threatens to strike when the canoe of his daughter Katie and … Read More