Monday, December 17, 2012

DONATION for the Christmas Day Dinner!

GREAT NEWS!!! Today we found out that CleanHarbors (Elite camps) are donating COOKED turkeys and stuffing and gravy for the Christmas Day Dinner!  THANK YOU to both those companies for this donation.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Drop off your boxes at LifePoint, Lanigan all this week (Nov. 19-25).  THANK YOU FOR GIVING to kids!

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Operation Christmas Child - 100 Million Boxes

LifePoint Church is the Regional Collection center for Operation Christmas Child for Lanigan and area!   Please help to reach their goal of over 100 million boxes received since they began the ministry 1993.  

Thursday, October 18, 2012



Be ready to be blessed by the talent and passion of our Youth as they serve God with the gifts and passions God has placed in their hearts.

God Bless you today.

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Sound / Worship Team / COMPUTER ministry LUNCH meeting: THIS SUNDAY

This Sunday ( Oct 14th)  is a LUNCH MEETING for all our SOUND/ AV / Music Ministry people!

Lunch will be PROVIDED as a THANK YOU for your ministry  to LPC.

Can you let us know in the office if you can make it?  If we do not have a majority of people there, we will hold off till another time.


Friday, October 05, 2012


“It is good to be back!”
The PAOC, SK District is pleased to  announce the re-starting of a church in LeRoy, SK since closing in the 1970’s.  Working closely with LifePoint Church (Lanigan), we will be offering a midweek worship service WEDNESDAY NIGHTs in LeRoy!
PLEASE PRAY for us!!

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

100 DAY Challenge

As our Blog has been down for a few weeks, here is the NEW 100 day challenge reading list.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Taking a BREAK!

We are on holidays for a few weeks!  See you in September!
If you are looking for our bulletin, please check the bulletin page as we update it weekly!

God bless you today

Monday, May 14, 2012

#1 in MAK giving!

WE just found out the LPC is #1 for Missions And Kids (MAK) giving in 2011 for Saskatchewan!!!



Monday, April 30, 2012

"ONE ANOTHER" Scriptures

Yesterday at LPC we were looking at our theme verse from 1 Peter 4 9&10 
Show hospitality to one another without grumbling. As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace

We were focusing on the part of the verse that says;
 "Use it (the gift you have been given by God) to serve one another..."  

Here is a short list of some of the scriptures we quickly covered yesterday... copies are also available at LPC! 


Friday, April 20, 2012


This is a GREAT video that really could have been made by the people of LPC... MAYBE you would come check us out this Sunday! 


Monday, April 16, 2012

Lectio Divina Sunday

Yesterday (April 15th)  we turned our regular morning service into a small groups all practicing one of the most ancient practices of Christian prayer called lectio divina, which is Latin for "divine reading".  
What we did was use the passage from 1 John 1:5- 2:2 as  our foundation....

After prayer and worship to quiet our hearts and be "still"... 
1) We read the passage slowly and with just personal reflection... no comment... just allowing it to "sink in" asking and listening for the LORD to speak to us through HIS WORD

2) Someone in the groups read the scripture slowly again.  After this... everyone was to give a word or a verse that caught their attention... no reason why... just what word or verse  or phrase that was  discovered in the first phase that found it's way into your heart. 

3) Someone in the groups read the scripture slowly again a third time. This time we made room to share and comment on why the word verse or phrase was important to you... gave some time for sharing... 

4)  A final reading of the passage.... then the groups prayed for and with each other.   A prayer that we may live out that what the LORD has shown us...

WE concluded the service with a time of communion together...

A beautiful morning it was...  and yes Hebrews 4:12 is true...
For the Word of God is living and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing apart of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 

Here is another point of view from the website
(we are not endorsing what is being communicated on this web page.  It is just for more reading...)

 Lectio Divina (pronounced "Lec-tsee-oh Di-vee-nah") means "Divine Reading" and refers specifically to a method of Scripture reading practiced by monastics since the beginning of the Church.

The early centrality of reading of Sacred Scripture, and then meditating and praying over its meaning, is evident in the 48th chapter of the Rule of St. Benedict (A.D. 480-453), a book written by the Great Saint to guide monastic life.

But it was an 11th c. Carthusian prior named Guigo 1 who formalized Lectio Divina, describing the method in a letter written to a fellow religious. This letter, which has become known as Scala Paradisi -- the Stairway to Heaven -- describes a 4-runged ladder to Heaven, each rung being one of the four steps in his method of Bible reading. Those steps, and Guigo's brief descriptions of them, are:

  • lectio (reading): "looking on Holy Scripture with all one's will and wit"
  • meditatio (meditation): "a studious insearching with the mind to know what was before concealed through desiring proper skill"
  • oratio (prayer): "a devout desiring of the heart to get what is good and avoid what is evil"
  • contemplatio (contemplation): "the lifting up of the heart to God tasting somewhat of the heavenly sweetness and savour"
Through the practice of Lectio Divina by monastics in group settings, three other steps are sometimes added to the four above such that the steps become:
  • statio (position)
  • lectio (reading)
  • meditatio (meditation)
  • oratio (prayer)
  • contemplatio (contemplation)
  • collatio (discussion)
  • actio (action)