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Reform Magazine | May 30, 2020

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March 2015

A good question: Etes-vous Charlie?

24/02/2015 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month, after protesters and politicians expressed solidarity with the cartoonists killed in Paris with the slogan “Je suis Charlie”, we ask: Are you Charlie?


This is an extract … Read More

A grief supported

24/02/2015 |

How can a family be sustained through the loss of a child? David Ireland reflects on the ministry of bereavement support

Bereavement support is about listening carefully, never assuming that you understand someone’s situation, being alongside but never being directive … Read More

There for me

24/02/2015 |

Madeleine Davies remembers the help she received after she lost her mother at the age of 12

Mothers who die young, leaving behind small children, are quite common in literature. I grew up reading Anne of Green Gables and What … Read More

A Bleak Hat

24/02/2015 |

A poem by Lucy Berry

“Doctors have performed the first organ transplants from a newborn in the UK. In a procedure described as a milestone in neonatal care, a six-day-old baby girl’s kidneys and liver cells were given to two … Read More

The marriage debate

24/02/2015 |

The United Reformed Church is faced with a decision. Under the law which introduced the marriage of same-sex couples from 2014, no local churches in England and Wales can offer same-sex marriage services without the agreement of the relevant Church … Read More

Christian Activist: Repaying evil with good

24/02/2015 |

Annet Ttendo’s story of surviving rape and campaigning for justice

“It was really for vengeance that I
originally studied law”

When I was 13, a stranger raped me. No one knew, until my mother realised I was pregnant. Though a devout … Read More