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May 2023 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Reviews May 2023

28/04/2023 |

A time for reflection

LakelandsDirected by Robert Higgins, Patrick McGivneyCertificate 15, 100 minutesReleased 05 May

We plan our lives, or not, and they proceed, and everything’s hunky dory. Or sometimes things come out of nowhere and knock us for six. … Read More

Curiously wrought

28/04/2023 |

Nicholas Spencer’s book Magisteria: The entangled histories of science and religion debunks many myths about the relationship between that old couple. As well as an author, he is Senior Fellow at the Christian thinktank Theos

Was there a moment when … Read More

Art in focus – May 2023

28/04/2023 |

Keiskamma GuernicaKeiskamma Art Project, 2010

A young doctor arrives in an Eastern Cape village in South Africa. She is appalled at the extreme poverty and deprivation all around her. The HIV/AIDS pandemic is raging, affecting both men and women, and … Read More

Priests and dairy farmers: God’s A-Team

28/04/2023 |

Lessons from the Reformation point the way for outreach and ministry

It’s a common conversation at all levels of the United Reformed Church’s life. How do we balance ministry and outreach with the maintenance of congregations and buildings? How will … Read More

Unlocking abundance

28/04/2023 |

A mission-shaped strategy allows churches to do more with what they have. Lawrence Heath-Moore reports

The primary cause of church decline is not secularisation or the sea changes in social habits: it is that Christianity today no longer looks like … Read More

Jesus and Mission

28/04/2023 |

A series about what we have to learn from Jesus on a range of subjects. This month, Matt Stone looks at Jesus’ attitude to mission

Jesus began his ministry with the famous words, ‘Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has … Read More