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Reform Magazine | May 30, 2020

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June 2014

A good question: Divine healing
 – is it real?

27/05/2014 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: Does God heal people?



This is an extract from the June 2014 edition of Reform.

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Breaking the silence

27/05/2014 |

The writer and broadcaster Jane Grayshon talks to Stephen Tomkins about a memoir of living with and surviving abuse

Jane Grayshon’s Goodbye Pink Room is a remarkable book. Co-written with a woman known to readers only as Rose, it tells … Read More

Life on The Edge

27/05/2014 |

Stan Hazell reports from a pioneering youth project in Bradford

The organisers of a youth project in Bradford named it The Edge, because that is where the youngsters they work with find themselves on the Holme Wood estate, which is … Read More

A canal calling

27/05/2014 |

Richard Alford on the work of a waterways chaplain

They say Birmingham has more canals than Venice. I can only cover a small area, but once a week I walk the towpath, talking to people and helping where needed.

Last … Read More

A chance to serve

27/05/2014 |

What opportunities are there for young people to engage in Christian service whilst on a gap year or holiday, in the UK or overseas? David Cruchley and Stephen Tomkins report on programmes run by the Council for World Mission and … Read More

A letter from… Konso, Ethiopia

27/05/2014 |

I’m very fortunate that where I grew up is a very green area of Ethiopia – we had rain. My family are small-scale farmers and grow all kinds of cereal crops and peas, and also keep sheep, goats, horses and … Read More