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Looking Back

Looking Back

A regular dip into the archives.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Time in Between

The Coronavirus Diaries: Time in Between

The Rev Carola Tron, Moderator Mesa Valdense in the Iglesia Evangélica Valdense del Río de la Plata, reflects on how churches can respond to the changes brought by lockdown.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: 'My Identity in Christ Remains Unchanged'

Gary Brough, a Church of Scotland mission partner based in Mzuzu, Malawi, was in Scotland when the lockdown began. He reflects on the language of furlough and on being away from the work to which he is called.

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Coming Home

Coming Home

Jackie Macadam meets Margaret Beetham, daughter of the 20th century Church of Scotland missionary and theologian, Lesslie Newbigin.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Being Rather Than Doing

The Coronavirus Diaries: Being Rather Than Doing

The Rev John McCulloch is a Mission Partner of the Church of Scotland and minister at Jerusalem: St Andrew’s and Tiberias. He writes about his experience of furlough and a desire to return to his home and views of the Jordan hills. 

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