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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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Chapter & verse: John 21:18

24/06/2022 |

Janet Hopewell on following where we don’t want to go

‘But I don’t want to go to school!’ Words which bring back my childhood. A bit later, in our adult years, we have days when we just don’t want to … Read More

Here & now: Nick Booth

24/06/2022 |

Nick Booth reflects on the differences of life in Finland

Familiarity is comforting. By adulthood we have mostly decided upon the music we like to listen to, the food we like to eat and the ideal politics we hold to … 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

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

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

We are… humanitarian aid workers

28/05/2022 |

Robertson and Annette Marshall go trucking for Ukraine

The DriverVisiting Moldova has opened my eyes to poverty that hopefully we will never know. I first went with TEECH, a charity that takes aid to local communities. It also works in … Read More