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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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December 2021/January 2022

Commitment-Phobe: Receiving generosity

29/11/2021 |

Can I receive generosity?

I wonder how Mary and Joseph felt as people turned up to honour their child with praise and with luxurious and expensive gifts. Were they overwhelmed by how vital their child was to others? Did they … Read More

Chapter & verse: Mark 5: 1-20

29/11/2021 |

Stuart Radcliffe on demons

Are you allowed to have a favourite passage of Scripture? I’m not sure, but if you are, then this would be one of mine!

It’s a great story. It has a bit of everything in it … Read More

I am… managing Palestinian rehabilitation

29/11/2021 |

Rami Khader fights the fear of demolitions in Palestine

When you ask people what home means to them, many will say that, as well as a physical space, it is their homeland, the land of their ancestors, a cause they … Read More

On the pilgrim way ‘It was not at all like a funeral service’

29/11/2021 |

Sheila Maxey remembers saints

Growing up in Scotland I loved Hallowe’en: the turnip lanterns (much harder to make than pumpkin ones), the ‘dooking’ for apples and other silly games. But All Saints Day completely passed me by then – and … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I tucked into 200 mince pies and three gallons of mulled wine’

29/11/2021 |

A good-as-possible Christmas with Paul Kerensa

Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without – what?

Presents, according to the book Little Women. The Radio Times, according to the ad campaign for, well, Radio Times. An annual viewing of Die Hard, according to … Read More

Place of running water

29/11/2021 |

Laurence Wareing reports on a church community project offering food, books and more

If, as the Christian poet Steve Turner once observed, ‘there’s something quite religious’ about sharing a cup of coffee, then Sanctuary Café in Lymm is proof of … Read More