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Reform Magazine | November 21, 2017

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When the President came to tea

31/10/2017 |

John Ellis discovers the faith of the President of Madagascar

The church where I grew up had annual missionary evenings. The first one I attended sticks in the memory, not just for the excitement of being allowed to stay up … Read More

Watch and talk

31/10/2017 |

You can use films of all kinds to provoke group discussion, whether in the cinema, on DVD or through streaming services. Jeremy Clarke recommends new releases to get people talking

In the London Film Festival A jobbing actor (Jamie Bell) … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Halloween

31/10/2017 |

Don’t get spooked by Halloween, advises Simon Jenkins

Imagine there was a time of year when everyone stopped thinking about everyday things such as shopping, Bake Off, what to wear, and green vs blue top milk, and instead gave some … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Blessing a marriage

31/10/2017 |

I volunteered to bless a marriage. How do I do it?

I went to a good friend’s wedding a few weeks back. He was marrying the love of his life, a man from Wales. It was the wedding party of … Read More

I am… a former heroin addict

31/10/2017 |

Chrissie tells her story of heroin addiction and recovery

I never wanted to conform. Growing up, what excited me was risk. Adrenaline was my first drug – that, and fantasy about being someone else, someone who felt free. Not feeling … Read More

A letter from… Nyal, South Sudan

31/10/2017 |

Escaping violence in South Sudan

My name is Elizabeth. I am 23 and I live in Nyal, in South Sudan.

I used to live in the town of Bentiu. When the conflict started there in 2014, I was shot in … Read More