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Reform Magazine | November 16, 2018

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On the pilgrim way: ‘Grief has cut us to the heart’

30/10/2018 |

Sheila Maxey grieves a terrible family tragedy

On 28 August, our 24-year-old granddaughter, Ciara, took her own life. It was a deliberate act, not a cry for help.

Our son, Peter, had long been separated from Donna, Ciara’s mother, and … Read More

Editorial: 11-11-1911

30/10/2018 |

One hundred years ago this month, when the end of the First World War was announced, people in Britain rang bells, lit bonfires and set off fireworks. Such activities were all the more enjoyable, having been banned by the Home … Read More

A good question: Can slavery end?

01/10/2018 |

One question, five answers

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This article was published in the October 2018 edition of  Reform

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Bricks and mortar

01/10/2018 |

Do churches’ buildings enable mission or limit it? Thoughts from the church buildings forum

Two mystery worshippers chat over coffee. One says: ‘The sign outside my church said: “Christ is the light of the world”, but it was the dingiest place … Read More

Chapter & verse: Matthew 10:26-31

01/10/2018 |

John McNeil Scott on the challenge of speaking secrets

Jesus knew the power of secrets. He knew that what is not said can be as powerful as what is uttered. He knew that not speaking could bring necessary and temporary … Read More

A gateway for Doncaster’s homeless

01/10/2018 |

How some unexpected visitors led to an innovative homelessness project in Doncaster. Rod Morrison reports

Long before the shops in the town centre of Doncaster started to open on Sunday mornings, when public libraries were closed on Sundays and public … Read More