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Reform Magazine | November 15, 2019

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On the pilgrim way: ‘The suicide’s anniversary has come and gone’

01/11/2019 |

The first anniversary of our granddaughter Ciara’s suicide has come and gone. There was a flurry of family phone calls and texts checking our son Peter’s address and the precise date of Ciara’s death. On the actual day, we happened … Read More

Chapter & verse: Genesis 1:27-29

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Helen Garton finds climate wisdom in Genesis

Half a century on this earth and I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it. There were some troubled times in the past. In the 1970s, I remember power cuts, living by … Read More

Here & now: Helen Glasse

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Helen Glasse looks back on her mental health at university

In my last week as a student in Bath, the Methodist chaplain asked me: ‘What wise words do you have from your time in Bath?’ I found myself answering very … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Books are a bit like sausages – don’t worry about how they’re made’

01/11/2019 |

Paul Kerensa has too many publishers

I recently brought my standup show to the Christian Resources Together conference of godly publishers and booksellers. It went fine, you’ll be pleased to know – but was also joyously awkward, you’ll also be … Read More

A letter from… Dirico, Angola

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Marijn Goud meets heroes in Dirico, Angola

Today was a slightly different day. I was flying for the Halo Trust charity, which organises the removal of landmines and debris that is left behind by war. I flew to an active … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Farewell my dear friend

01/11/2019 |

Saying goodbye to a dearly loved friend

A dear, dear friend of mine died recently. He was like a surrogate father to me. It all felt very sudden. I hadn’t been in contact with him much for many years. He … Read More