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Reform Magazine | December 2, 2021

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November 2021

Blessed are the music makers

02/11/2021 |

In the hands of the Nine Beats Collective, music becomes a spiritual exploration, finds Laurence Wareing

There’s a surreal moment in our conversation when Nine Beats Collective founder Steve Bassett suddenly waxes lyrical about London’s late lamented Duck Tours.

Duck … Read More

Chapter & Verse: Jonah 3:1-5, 10

02/11/2021 |

Meg Warner explores Jonah’s bumbling prophecy

On the surface, this story is a simple one. A reluctant prophet is prodded back on track by Yahweh. He prophesies to the city of Nineveh as Yahweh has asked and is spectacularly successful … Read More

Commitment-Phobe: Is work my church?

02/11/2021 |

Is work my church?

I have the privilege of working for an entirely Christian organisation. We still work from home, gathering regularly on Zoom for prayer.

My family recently experienced a crisis and for once we asked for prayers from … Read More

Here and Now: Abbi Langille

02/11/2021 |

Glowstick faith, by Abbi Langille

Unqualified. Too broken. Not enough. You may describe yourself this way, and the world may describe you this way too. But what if these very things didn’t disqualify you but qualified you?

The apostle Paul … Read More

I am… a Rwandan refugee

02/11/2021 |

Alphonsine Kabagabo tells of her escape from Rwanda

When we learnt about the death of the Rwandan President, Juvénal Habyarimana, on 7 April 1994, we knew that it was over for every Tutsi person in Rwanda. On that day, I … Read More

Editorial: Pagan Gods

02/11/2021 |

Warning! This editorial contains SPOILERS for the latest James Bond film. Don’t read it unless you’ve either seen No Time to Die, or don’t ever intend to.

James Bond, the not terribly secret agent, has existed as a film hero … Read More