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Reform Magazine | June 25, 2019

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July/August 2014

A kind of sleepwalking

27/06/2014 |

How much of your time is spent truly awake? Judy Hirst sounds the alarm

We all wake up in the morning in different ways. I often holiday with two friends I have known since childhood. They are impossibly early risers, … Read More

Changed inside

27/06/2014 |

A prisoner who got a chance to change, Kieran describes how his life was turned around

I got arrested for dealing drugs. I was sentenced to prison for two years and nine months for possession of cannabis with intent to … Read More

Introducing… Dorothee Soelle

27/06/2014 |

In this occasional feature, a contemporary writer introduces a classic thinker. This month: Andrew Francis on Dorothee Soelle

The passionate opening address of the 1983 Vancouver Assembly of the World Council of Churches was delivered by Dorothee Soelle (1929-2003), one … Read More

Justice that mends

27/06/2014 |

Our justice system delivers retribution, but fails to change lives. Paul Chambers explains
 the benefits of restorative justice

She stands, fragile, surrounded by the darkest of memories. She begins to tell her story, a mother whose son was brutally murdered. … Read More

Reviews – July/August 2014

27/06/2014 |

Small is delicious

Chef Directed by Jon Favreau Certificate 15, 114 minutes Released 25 June

A talented guy gets the chance to produce his objets d’art with a larger budget and a bigger team, but a little less freedom. This … Read More

Christian activist: No more oil money

27/06/2014 |

Alex Mabbs reports from the first church to disinvest in fossil fuels

Take a deep breath,” she said. So we did. “We who are alive today are the first humans in history to breathe air containing 400 parts per million … Read More