Does my church put itself before its community?
What do you do in times like these? Gather, I guess. But does gathering make you community? I gather with a large group of people every Sunday to praise God, to hear …
One question, four answers
This is an extract from the March 2017 edition of Reform.
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When you think about poverty, who do you think about? Poverty is not an abstract concept – something affecting people far away. But for some reason, we struggle to ‘see’ poverty close to home.
Fiction has a certain power. The …
Simon Jenkins reflects on our love affair with Jesus, Mary and motors
I found a ‘Jesus space’ the other day while I was circling the soulless car park of my local B&Q. This is something to celebrate, because a Jesus …