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June 2020 Archives - Reform Magazine

Art in Focus – June 2020

26/06/2020 |

Die Speisung (The Feeding)Nikola Saric, watercolour on canvas

The Serbian German painter Nikola Sarić came to sudden prominence in 2015 because of his Icon of the Holy Martyrs of Libya (see ‘Art in focus’, Reform, September 2018.) Sarić was horrified … Read More

God’s love in action

29/05/2020 |

The book of Ruth has something to say about life in lockdown, finds Alison Gray

I wonder if there are certain biblical passages or stories that have struck you in a new way during this period of lockdown? I know … Read More

Where hope is found

29/05/2020 |

Charissa King discovers awardwinning communityservice in Rhyl

Two weeks before the UK lockdown, a Welsh town centre faced a different kind of confinement. A gunman was on the loose in Rhyl, Denbighshire. Police cordoned off the central area to investigate. … Read More

Use well the interval

29/05/2020 |

The pandemic is an opportunity to change things permanently, argues Jill Segger

We are in a strange land. A place of quarantine, self isolation, shielding, social distancing and loneliness. We are exiles from our normal lives and from much which … Read More

Consider the birds

29/05/2020 |

Your mind does not have to be confined when your body is. A true story from the Second World War by Dixe Wills

Being in lockdown is a bind, isn’t it? All those activities we could have been getting on … Read More

Bacon sandwich, chocolate biscuits and us

29/05/2020 |

Kath Sharman reflects on faith amid difficult family life

I wasn’t prepared for the phone call from Dad on that bright and breezy morning in March, asking where Mum was. At one time, I would have had a flippant answer … Read More