Selah
A Time Out for Moms

LaDawn DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

Selah is a musical term found in the Psalms. While there is no official meaning for this word it does indicate a pause, or a time to stop and reflect. The song writer will begin by lamenting to God and pouring out his heart to … Read More

When Fear is Real

Thom DickFeatured, ParentingLeave a Comment

Nothing is quite as unnerving as waking up from a dead sleep and seeing a kid silently standing over your bed at 3am. “I’m afraid Daddy,” she whispers. “Well SO AM I NOW!” You feel like yelling as your heart beats wildly! (Thankfully you keep … Read More

Knowing your identity
for families!
March 22

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

This past Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for … Read More

Knowing your identity
for families!
March 21

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

This past Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for … Read More

Knowing your identity
for families!
March 20

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

This past Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for … Read More

Knowing your identity
for families!
March 19

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

This past Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for … Read More

Knowing your identity
for families!
March 18

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

This past Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for … Read More

Violence in the Bible

Thom DickFeatured4 Comments

One of the Church Renewal Practices is “Learn about God and know God” and clearly the most important way to do this is to read the Bible. But does that mean all of the Bible? Should we focus on just the stories about Jesus (and … Read More

Knowing Your Identity
for Families
March 17

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

On Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for anyone … Read More

Knowing your identity
for FAMILIES!
March 16

Stefan DuerksenFeaturedLeave a Comment

On Sunday Stefan Duerksen gave a great message on knowing your identity. He also designed daily exercises that will help you to take the head knowledge you learned on the weekend and start getting it into your heart! Obviously these are wonderful exercises for anyone … Read More

Parents who persevere

Thom DickFeatured, Parenting1 Comment

Yes, yes, we all know that parenting is hard. Let’s just move on from the clichés and start talking about solutions. This year, more than any other, I have had to persevere as a dad. It’s like those wars and rumours of wars that I … Read More

Foster kids need friends

Thom DickAdoption/Fostering, Featured2 Comments

I started working at Southland in 2006 and I’ll never forget as the realization dawned on me that somewhere around 10-15% of our youth group were foster or adopted children. It was very exciting for me to be in a church that valued taking care … Read More

A Media Challenge (Part 2)!

Donavan FriesenFamily, Featured1 Comment

Yesterday morning I was sitting in church and felt convicted that I needed to become more creative with my children again. I had found myself resorting to the easy and obvious things to do as a family. We have set the parameter in our home … Read More

What I look for in a legacy

Thom DickFamily, Featured1 Comment

Several years ago I had the formidable experience of preaching at the chapel of a senior’s residence in Winnipeg. I say formidable because this particular complex seemed to be filled entirely with former Mennonite Brethren pastors. Now put me in front of a group of … Read More

Southland Worship – Together We Run

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At Southland we have learned and experienced the tremendous value and importance of the Body of Christ. Individually we are only one part of the Body, but when each part take ownership for their role in unity with the other parts and under the headship of Jesus, the church … Read More

Conquering a lack of confidence in prayer

Monique DesorcyFeatured3 Comments

The very first Prayer Summit that I attended, I sat with Carla Fontaine, one of Grace Fast’s main leaders on her Prayer Team. Of course I hoped to receive some deep insight for her from the Lord that night as we listened in prayer. As … Read More