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Reform Magazine | January 25, 2020

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November 2019

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Books are a bit like sausages – don’t worry about how they’re made’

01/11/2019 |

Paul Kerensa has too many publishers

I recently brought my standup show to the Christian Resources Together conference of godly publishers and booksellers. It went fine, you’ll be pleased to know – but was also joyously awkward, you’ll also be … Read More

A letter from… Dirico, Angola

01/11/2019 |

Marijn Goud meets heroes in Dirico, Angola

Today was a slightly different day. I was flying for the Halo Trust charity, which organises the removal of landmines and debris that is left behind by war. I flew to an active … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Farewell my dear friend

01/11/2019 |

Saying goodbye to a dearly loved friend

A dear, dear friend of mine died recently. He was like a surrogate father to me. It all felt very sudden. I hadn’t been in contact with him much for many years. He … Read More

I am… not fit for work

01/11/2019 |

Martin Green on being deemed unfit for work

I have been assessed as ‘not fit for work’, so I don’t have to job search. I have a degenerative spine condition. I don’t get any extra payments for travel to hospital … Read More

Interview: True love

01/11/2019 |

Nadia Bolz-Weber talks to Stephen Tomkins

Nadia Bolz-Weber – in her latest book, Shameless (Canterbury Press, 2019) – urges the Church to move on from traditional teachings on sexuality and stage ‘a second Reformation that turns sexual harm into sexual … Read More

Together in Hiroshima

01/11/2019 |

Elizabeth Welch reports on a moving ecumenical encounter

Hiroshima. The name of this Japanese city brings to mind pictures of devastation. The memories of the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki are still strong. The Peace Memorial Park, … Read More