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Reform Magazine | November 16, 2018

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June 2015

Commitment-Phobe: A small death

26/05/2015 |

“I came to God through a time when the tiny
 life of an unborn child was dying inside me”

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

I was in the park with a friend who was … Read More

Niall Cooper: Restoring faith in welfare

26/05/2015 |

“It is time to restore social security as
 a core principle”

We all rely on the welfare safety net being there for us if we hit hard times. A functioning safety net, not food handouts, is the true long-term solution … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: On holiday with God

26/05/2015 |

Where do you go to church when you’re on holiday? Several years ago, my evangelical auntie, asking what I would be doing on my impending beach holiday, told me tartly: “You may be going on holiday, but you can never … Read More

Interview: Silent witness

26/05/2015 |

Maggie Ross, the Anglican solitary, talks to Stephen Tomkins about the work of silence

Maggie Ross was five when she entered her first church, Washington Cathedral, and it had an impact on her that changed her life. As an adult, … Read More

Sing up, sing on!

26/05/2015 |

Hymns may be central to Christian worship, but they come with pitfalls. From finding the right
 tune to managing without an organist, John Mansfield considers the practicalities of praise

Even organists sit in the pew occasionally; the other day, there … Read More

On the pilgrim way: “Visitors are a privilege, a blessing – and a challenge”

26/05/2015 |

We have just had a spate of visitors from my German family. I love the prospect of visitors and enjoy getting the spare room ready with towels and flowers. However, I realise that, with age, I find the disruption of … Read More