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March 2016 Archives - Reform Magazine

Interview: A love story

29/02/2016 |

The author Rebecca de Saintonge talks to Stephen Tomkins

Rebecca de Saintonge had been married to Jack, a church minister, for six years before he gradually started to show worrying symptoms. At first he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, but … Read More

A good question: How can Church be more creative?

29/02/2016 |

One question, four answers



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Niall Cooper: Good news for the rich?

29/02/2016 |

The Gospel is good news for the rich too

It’s so hard being wealthy today… even a million doesn’t go that far any more. The once-princely sum is now the average house price in 4,735 streets in London, according to … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Secret stories of the clergy

29/02/2016 |

Priests and pastors are commented-upon people. Sometimes for sporting tattoos, sometimes for celebrating Communion in high heels, sometimes for leading the congregation in prayer for the healing of a leg without spotting it was wooden.

I heard a story over … Read More

20 Questions – Pam Rhodes

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Pam Rhodes gives 20 answers

What is your favourite time of year? Spring – I especially love daffodils, which seem so bright and brave in the wintry winds.

Where would you like your mortal remains to go? Somewhere where daffodils … Read More

Autism: rethink your attitudes

29/02/2016 |

Caroline Henthorne, an autistic Christian, considers how churches can become more inclusive

Imagine that just for today you are God. Your aim for the day is to stop autistic people having difficult lives. What do you do?

The solution you … Read More