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September 2020 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

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

Commitment-Phobe: Where is peace?

29/08/2020 |

Do I disbelieve in church?

My connection with my faith is at an all-time low. Am I reverting to atheism? No, I don’t disbelieve in God. But is there a word for a person who disbelieves in church or religion?

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Here & now: Dan Simpson

29/08/2020 |

Dan Simpson argues that churches can end homelessness

I’ve never encountered a church that wasn’t busy. We do a lot for the benefit of the wider community. Even during lockdown, it has been quite stunning to see how the Church … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘I came across our pre-wedding letters’

29/08/2020 |

Sheila Maxey discovers her pre-wedding letters

During the spacious days of lockdown in June, I came across a box containing letters that my husband Kees and I wrote to each other during our engagement, from 1961 to 1962. Our daughter, … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Church hoppers, stop’

29/08/2020 |

I’ve spent many years not settling in a church. It wasn’t the churches’ fault. It was me. Hear my confession: I’ve always been a church hopper. And hear my call: Church hoppers, stop it.

As a student, I must have … Read More