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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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July/August 2015

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Giant Jesi

29/06/2015 |

One night in 1977, US televangelist Oral Roberts had a dream about Jesus. The Lord commanded him to build a world-class hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and, as a sweetener, promised to let Roberts in on the cure for cancer. So … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Politics vs prayer

26/06/2015 |

“I put the anti-austerity march in my diary,
 then my vicar asked me to help with mission”

Having decided to move on from atheism, Commitment-Phobe is trying God

Politics and religion, some say, should stay apart, and you definitely shouldn’t … Read More

Serve those who served

26/06/2015 |

Should those who spent their working lives helping others be left to struggle alone? Andy Bottomley shares stories of retired ministers

Let me tell you about a man, a respected minister in his day, who, since he became widowed, has … Read More

Out of the mouth of the lion

26/06/2015 |

Shot in the face by robbers, Caron Asgarali’s life changed completely in a
moment. She tells a story of grace and goodness

My car had come briefly to a halt at a minor road, when gunshots rang out in the stillness … Read More

A good question: What happens when I pray?

26/06/2015 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: What happens when I pray?


This is an extract from the July/August 2015 edition of Reform.

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What is the greatest need facing us?

26/06/2015 |

You want to help make the world a better place, but only have so much time and money to give. How do you choose the most important causes to support? Reform asks 12 charities to name the greatest need

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