Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

Scroll to top

Top

June 2022 Archives - Reform Magazine

The bodies of Christ

28/05/2022 |

Cole Arthur Riley is the creator of the social media account Black Liturgies, which explores spirituality and race. Her first book, This Here Flesh: Spirituality, liberation and the stories that make us, powerfully weaves those reflections with family memoir. It … Read More

Editorial: In praise of ministers

28/05/2022 |

One Friday night in 1983, aged 13, I was cycling back from my church youth group. Not being the most confident cyclist, when I had to turn right on London Road, I dismounted and pushed my bike across the road. … Read More

Reviews June 2022

28/05/2022 |

Helping a loved one to die

Everything Went FineDirected by François OzonCertificate 15, 113 minutesReleased 17 June

France. Two daughters, Emmanuèle and Pascale Bernheim (Sophie Marceau and Géraldine Pailhas), visit their 85-year-old father André Bernheim (André Dussollier) as he recovers … Read More

A good question: How should Churches respond to the legacies of slavery?

28/05/2022 |

One question, four answers

Richard Reddie‘Churches must repair the damage’

The recent visits of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Earl and Countess of Wessex to the Caribbean to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s 70-year reign, were largely overshadowed … Read More

Everyone’s a leader

28/05/2022 |

Graham Handscomb offers a new vision of church leadership

‘Who, me? A leader? You must be joking!’ For most of us, leaders are other people, not ourselves. This is also reflected in our church lives. We hear people saying: ‘I’m … Read More

Alpacas of hope

28/05/2022 |

Things have changed in ‘Benefits Street’ Laurence Wareing reports

‘We wanted Winson Green to be known for something not negative’, says Anji Barker. She’s talking about the alpacas you might well bump into on the pavements of Winson Green, making … Read More