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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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July/August 2024 Archives - Reform Magazine

The music of grace

03/07/2024 |

Tim Meadows has travelled a long way, from fundamentalism in the mountains of Virginia to leading a pioneering, inclusive spiritual community in Liverpool. This year he becomes the Moderator of the General Assembly for the United Reformed Church. He talked … Read More

A good question: How should Christians decide who to vote for?

03/07/2024 |

One question, four answers

Chine McDonald‘Think of the needs of others’

There will be many Christians who take to the polls thinking that they are voting as Jesus would vote, but the reality is they may never have seriously considered … Read More

Jesus and… the margins

03/07/2024 |

A series on what we have to learn from and about Jesus on a range of subjects. This month, Alex Clare-Young on people on the margins

Why? That is often the question asked by those among whom I minister at … Read More

Loving Luggage

03/07/2024 |

Craftivist Sarah Corbett describes how to make luggage tags to encourage fellow travellers to think beyond faceless statistics

Craftivism, explains Sarah Corbett, author of The Craftivist Collective Handbook and How to Be a Craftivist, is using things such as embroidery … Read More

A matter of heart: Education and the Free Churches

03/07/2024 |

On 3 August 1944, the Education Act received Royal Assent. Eighty years on, when religious education sometimes feels like one more political football, Sarah Lane Cawte reflects on why RE – and education in general – still matters to the … Read More

Running on faith

03/07/2024 |

Famous in the 1920s, and again in the 1980s, Eric Liddell is slipping from public consciousness. Laurence Wareing reports on a campaign to reclaim his memory

As CEO of the Eric Liddell Community in Edinburgh, John MacMillan was tasked with … Read More