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Stefan and Heidi Konig welcome guests to their little piece of paradise in Canadian Shield country.
Near Parry Sound, ON, Kingfisher Crossing is a place to get away from the tyranny of the urgent, relax, and tend to the soul.
Kingfisher Crossing is designed as a physical place to tend to the interior life.
There’s no light or sound pollution.
No wifi.
The beautifully secluded 55 acres of granite rock, pine forests, and a private lake invite you to stop and breathe.
This is a place that makes it easier to connect with God and others in a meaningful way.
Their tagline is: Rest. Reconnect. Refresh.

God gave Stefan and Heidi the dream of such a place, born out of their own experiences in ministry.
They understand the demands of pastoring and the challenges of church life.
Hurt, wounding, disappointment, and even burn out – these are common experiences among those in ministry.

Heidi’s training in spiritual direction enables her to offer spiritual direction, soul care, and guided contemplative retreats.
It’s more ways to take care of our whole selves while on retreat.

Those in ministry can experience the rest of Kingfisher Crossing at reduced rates, while those looking for a relaxing getaway can help support the ministry by booking their holiday cottage rental or a guided retreat here for a reasonable cost.

Soul care isn’t selfish. Or a luxury.
It’s not even really optional.
It’s being human and it’s a way we honour God.
Soul care is crucial for health, resilience, and endurance in ministry.
It’s part of taking the mission of God seriously.

Soul Care – Kingfisher Crossing
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