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Reform Magazine | August 14, 2022

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Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘As many nonconformists together as you can shake a bishop’s crozier at’

24/06/2022 |

Paul Kerensa gets together in Nailsworth

In my day job as a stand-up (well, evening job), I tour the land doing comedy shows for churches – which this week led me to the delightful Cotswold town of Nailsworth. Winding down … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘I am joining a vast number of carers’

24/06/2022 |

Sheila Maxey recognises her ‘devils’

Kees has had a reprieve: in medical terms he is stable. This means the various support bodies such as District Nurse and Hospice at Home stop calling but say I can call them when needed. … Read More

I am… a foster carer

24/06/2022 |

How fostering reflects God’s many-roomed house

I vividly remember the day I bumped into an old friend who was now a foster carer, who told me that just that morning she had received a call from her social worker. There … Read More

Editorial: In the eyes of a timeless God

24/06/2022 |

Three years ago on this page I wrote about the quiet dread I felt at the imminent prospect of our firstborn going away to university and the dawning era of the empty nest. Now he is completing his degree, and … Read More