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Christine Kling

Christine Kling

Who: Christine Kling

Where: France

How long: Since 2015

Principal ministries: Church ministries

Originally from France, Christine arrived in the UK in 2010, where she became a Christian. After completing her training at IMC, Christine returned to France to work alongside the Baptist Federation in Paris. She primarily spends time developing an online theological training course and serving as an associate pastor in a Paris church. Christine previously worked for Hewlett Packard as a senior project manager and has a theology degree from the Scottish Baptist College. She has a son who still lives in France.
Her home church is Southside Christian Fellowship Baptist Church in Ayr.

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Posted: 03/05/2017 - 17:29


Posted: 09/03/2017 - 21:02

Two weeks ago the French television passed a reportage about homeless women in France.

Invisible women was the title. I put a link below, not sure if it could work from UK.

It is estimated that in France, women account for 40% of the homeless.They are more vulnerable than men and to protect themselves, they hide until they become invisible. They hide in stairwells or car parks...

Posted: 21/01/2017 - 18:56

Age to age He stands
And time is in His hands
Beginning and the end
Beginning and the end

The Godhead Three in One
Father, Spirit and Son
The Lion and the Lamb
The Lion and the Lamb



Since my visit in Scotland, I have this worship song in my mind : How great is our God.


Posted: 21/12/2016 - 18:07

That’s the new controversy in France after the issues about creche in public space. In a multi-cultural, multi-faith, secular society, “joyeux Noel” resounds too religious. A well-known association of parents of pupils – and I was an active member of this association during many years – recently wrote on Twitter :

“La souhaite d’excellentes fêtes de fin d’annee à tous les eleves,...

Posted: 21/10/2016 - 10:30

welcomeWelcome people for a meal
Last Sunday I was in the welcome team at church. To welcome people is a big responsibility – we are the first persons that a visitor will meet: we are waiting for them. Our role is not only to open the doors, find a free seat but also at the end of the service engage in discussion with them, share some information, ask for their names for further contacts and on the 2nd Sunday of the month invite them to stay at...

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Latest activity

7th June 2017
New Video "Introducing Christine" added
Church Relations Team
1st June 2017
Sarah Stone
24th May 2017
New Letter "May 2017" added
Christine Kling
3rd May 2017
New Blog entry "“You feed them.”" added
Christine Kling
9th March 2017
Christine Kling
21st January 2017
New Blog entry "The Time is in His Hand" added
Christine Kling
21st December 2016
New Blog entry "Do not call me Noel any more!" added
Christine Kling
24th November 2016
New News Article "A French connection with Christ" added
Chris Hall
21st October 2016
New Blog entry "Seven welcomes and more to come…" added
Christine Kling
5th October 2016
Christine Kling
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