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Reform Magazine | August 13, 2022

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December 2018/January 2019

A letter from… Liberia

27/11/2018 |

Yusuf learns to sew in Liberia

I am 23 and live in West Point, a township of the Liberian capital city, Monrovia. My home was washed out to sea last September by the coastal erosion taking place here. Since then, … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: Christmas’ hidden histories revealed

27/11/2018 |

For many, Christmas is their annual church-a-tunity – apart from weddings, funerals or ‘because they wandered in thinking it was a Wetherspoons’. But what flavour of festive service are you offering? Whichever non-silent night you opt for, there are hidden … Read More

Don’t walk, stay and talk: Divest or engage? Part two

27/11/2018 |

In the November issue of Reform, Operation Noah called for Churches to stop investing in fossil fuels. Here, the United Reformed Church’s investors respond

There is no arguing with the fact that global warming presents the human race with a … Read More

Around the fire

27/11/2018 |

The Christian youth camp Crossfire is 35 years old and still going strong, says Mark Steel

Crossfire is a Christian camp for young people aged 12 and upwards, created and run by the Group for Evangelism and Renewal (Gear) in … Read More

Editorial: No angel

27/11/2018 |

‘What are angels?’ is this month’s ‘A good question’, inspired by the Christmas story. I don’t have an answer – I bring incorrigible scepticism to the subject, I’m afraid – but I do have my own story.

When I was … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘It is a bittersweet time’

27/11/2018 |

Sheila Maxey sees grief and new birth

Since our granddaughter, Ciara, committed suicide two months ago, I have phoned her father – our son, Peter – most days. As I listen, I hear the healing power of the everyday: Ikea … Read More