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Reform Magazine | September 26, 2020

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I am…

I am… a bell ringer

29/08/2020 |

Mary Jones describes being a bell ringer

I responded to the call to learn to ring for the 100th anniversary of the First World War armistice in 2018. Learning to ring was not easy – it took many hours of … Read More

I am… a L’Arche core member

26/06/2020 |

Kathy Louise Barton describes life as a L’Arche core member

I used to live with my mum, Mary, and Tommy. Tommy is a cat, and he used to sleep with me in my bed. Tommy liked the sunshine, to play … Read More

I am… back on the medical frontline

29/05/2020 |

Susan Salt returns to medicine after ministry

In March 2019, after a 30-year career in medicine, I resigned from my post in palliative medicine. I voluntarily removed my name from the General Medical Council’s register and was ordained deacon in … Read More

I am… a survivor of torture

24/04/2020 |

How Kolbassia Haoussou overcame torture

I have taken many journeys. After enduring torture in my home country, escaping to the shores of the UK was one. Enduring homelessness in the British climate while suffering from trauma was another. These experiences … Read More

I am… a youth worker

30/03/2020 |

James Willett shares the youth worker’s story

I love my job. Having a job which fulfils me and makes a difference in the lives of others is so important.

Two years ago, God called me from Bedford to Hythe, … Read More

I am… a street preacher

21/02/2020 |

A street preacher’s story by Maurice Omorojie

Increasing preoccupations with science, technology and humanism have resulted in a societal shift from belief in a supreme being to belief in serendipity and mischance. With this comes a backlash against Christianity. Christians … Read More