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Reform Magazine | July 23, 2019

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Sisters of Sinai

01/07/2019 |

A blue plaque has been unveiled in Cambridge to two remarkable sisters. Nick Lomax tells the story

Westminster College, Cambridge, has recently celebrated the vision and generosity of twin sisters who were its benefactors, with the dedication of a Cambridge … Read More

What Jesus learned

01/07/2019 |

John Campbell has second thoughts about one of Jesus’ hard sayings

In Mark 7, Jesus seems to describe a Gentile woman as a ‘dog’. When she begs him to cast a demon out of her daughter, he says: ‘Let the … Read More

A cold, empty nest

01/07/2019 |

Letting go of grown-up children is a longer, harder process than I thought, says Jenny Martin

When our children were small and utterly dependant on us, I used to say: ‘A time will come when neither of us is dependant … Read More

I was a Greenbelt popstar, nearly

01/07/2019 |

In the 1980s, Greenbelt festival looked like Dixe Wills’ path to fame, if only he could get the right name for his band

I’ll admit it now, the beginning of this tale is less cool than I could ever have … Read More

Pastor – it’s in the name

28/05/2019 |

In November 2018, Reform published a letter from Stephen Thornton, lamenting the lower priority assigned to pastoral care today. Since then, we have published nine letters in response, and Stephen has received 98 directly. Here, he reflects on what he … Read More

Mother Teresa’s doubt and faithfulness

28/05/2019 |

The story of Mother Teresa’s long struggle shows that Christian life is built on faithfulness, not faith, as Steve Chalke discovers

During her lifelong service to the poorest of the poor, Anjezë Bojaxhiu, or Teresa as she was much better … Read More