|Reform magazine has just slashed the price of its digital edition for students. The digital edition, available on tablets, smartphones and computers, usually costs £18 a year, but a 12-month subscription is now available to students for just £9. At 10 issues a year, that works out at just 90 pence per issue.Reform, the magazine which aims to equip Christians to make a difference in the modern world, launched its long-awaited digital edition in April.
The half-price offer is available to anyone studying at university, college or secondary school.
|To take advantage of the offer, students should subscribe to digital Reform as normal at the Exact Editions website, using the code: STUDY50 (It’s ok, we know we can trust News Update readers).Non-students can get a full-price digital subscription at the same website and those who prefer paper can subscribe to the print magazine here.The July/August issue of Reform, discusses what happens when you pray, and what the greatest need is facing us today.
In the next issues, Reform talks to the leaders of Oikocredit and Carers UK and looks at how to become a toddler-friendly church.
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(Source: Reform News)
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