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Reform Magazine | January 16, 2022

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September 2020

Art in focus: September 2020

29/08/2020 |

Jawahar AnshurMarc Quinn, concrete

Marc Quinn made headlines in July for his sculpture, A Surge of Power (Jen Reid), which was immediately removed by Bristol Council from the plinth newly vacated by the controversial figure of Edward Colston. Some people … Read More

Interview: A fair cop

29/08/2020 |

Leroy Logan, retired police superintendent, talks toCharissa King and Stephen Tomkins

Leroy Logan was a 25-year-old research scientist when his annual appraisal unexpectedly included the recommendation that he join the police. So began a 30-year calling that he never imagined … Read More

There is faith in a union

29/08/2020 |

Unions offer vital support and advice to ministers, says Chris Wilson

I love the ministry and all that it brings. I’ve been a minister for 17 years and serve a local church in Northern Ireland. Ministry is deeply rewarding and … Read More

The future of giving

29/08/2020 |

Technology and public health are transforming the ways money changes hands. Here’s how churches can keep up

GlobalData plc predicted in January that the UK would be ‘at the very least … a predominantly cashless society by the mid-2020s’. However … Read More

News comment: Fairtrade matters

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Melanie Smith on why Fairtrade matters

If black lives matter, so does Fairtrade. In fact, if you say that black lives matter, and yet buy tea, coffee, sugar, bananas, chocolate or even cotton or condoms which are not fairly traded, … Read More

Chapter & verse: 1 Samuel 17

29/08/2020 |

How should we face fear? Chrishanthy Sathiyaraj turns to the Old Testament

Two years ago, we went through a difficult time as a church. It brought immense stress on our leadership team, and, ironically, our oppressors were Christians! During this … Read More