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Reform Magazine | August 13, 2020

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November 2018

I am… in prison

30/10/2018 |

A Allen reports from prison

Contrary to what tabloids would have you believe, prison is no holiday camp. It is a volatile mixing pot where all manner of criminals are confined in close quarters. Frequently, the situation erupts.

This sentence … Read More

Chapter & verse: Matthew 13:51-52

30/10/2018 |

Fiona Thomas on what makes a good scribe

I once had a classmate who left school to join the civil service. At the time, I didn’t know what that meant. Civil servants are sometimes the silent, invisible people who get … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: The ten micro commandments

30/10/2018 |

Paul Kerensa devises ten micro commandments for new church visitors

In our church, look heavenward and you’ll see three huge, stone slabs. One inscribed with the Ten Commandments, one with the Beatitudes and one with the Lord’s Prayer. It’s a … Read More

A letter from… Cameroon

30/10/2018 |

Desire, in Cameroon, explains how his sight was restored

I am from the central region of Cameroon, where I live with my four boys, wife and mother. When I was seven years old, I realised that something was wrong with … Read More

Reviews – November 2018

30/10/2018 |

Massacre of the Norwegian innocents

Utøya July 22 Directed by Erik Poppe Certificate 15, 92 minutes Released 26 October

This film is a Norwegian-language reconstruction of the experience of the teenagers attending Norway’s Labour party youth leaders’ summer camp on … Read More

Interview: I was hungry

30/10/2018 |

The food poverty writer and campaigner Jack Monroe talks to Stephen Tomkins at Greenbelt

‘This morning, small boy had one of the last Weetabix, mashed with water, with a glass of tap water to wash it down with. “Where’s Mummy’s … Read More