Christine Thompson

Christine Thompson

I’m Christine and I’ve been at Windsor for 37 years! Now retired, I have taught languages to adults (mainly) and was also an administrator at Prison Fellowship, a Christian outreach to prisoners and their families. I love poetry and hiking, especially by the sea.
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Advent-ually: Peace

To begin, David referred to the five characteristics of Simeon outlined last week: devout, righteous, expectant, Spirit-led, and servant. The initial letters of these spell

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My Soul Waits for God

Brian Johnston began his sermon by mentioning a friend who, struggling with a stressful situation, coped by reading Psalm 62 every morning. The Psalm speaks

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How To Live Well While We Wait

David reminded us that 1 Thessalonians shows Christians how to live well between the first and second comings of Jesus. First, he posed a challenging

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‘Seven’: 1. A Wedding without Wine

Each of the seven signs we will explore through July and August points to Jesus. Introducing this series, David said the aim is to enable

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Who can serve in the Body of Christ?

David began by giving thanks to God, and to the congregation, for the incredible number of people serving at Windsor Baptist, in a great variety

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Do you really love Me?

“WHEN WE CEASE TO WORSHIP GOD, WE DO NOT WORSHIP NOTHING, WE WORSHIP ANYTHING.” G.K. Chesterton David used this quotation to illustrate that as humans

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Devoted to … The Lord’s Requirements

David began by taking us to words of the prophet Micah: “AND WHAT DOES THE LORD REQUIRE OF YOU? TO ACT JUSTLY AND TO LOVE

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Baptism – what’s it all about?

This was an exciting and hugely encouraging service, where four young people testified to their relationship with Jesus and were baptised. It was the first

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I Am the True Vine

David read from John 15:1-7, concluding his series on Jesus’ ‘I AM’ declarations with “I AM the true vine.” (v.1). He emphasised Jesus’ use of

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Do You Want To See Jesus?

David showed us how the story of Zacchaeus is important for two reasons.  First, it is the last time Jesus encounters an individual  before He