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Reverend Paul Winkler

May 17, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Converting with Kindness. Pastor Pay tells how Paul and Silas witnessed to their jailer, forgave him for their mistreatment, and brought him to faith in Christ.

Rev. Paul Winckler of Zion Lutheran Church in Rapid City delivers today's message “To Be Continued...”. The scriptural base is Acts 1: 1-11. The hymns, sung by the Main Street Living Choir, are: Beautiful Savior; I love to Tell the Story; and Crown Him With Many Crowns. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Randy Sturzenbecker

May 24, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Janitor Bob explains that when we “hope in the Lord” we can “trust” Him to see us through the storms that life brings us.

Today's message, “God is on the move again” is presented by Rev Randy Sturzenbecher of Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church in Black Hawk, South Dakota. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the hymn singing with: Lord Jesus Christ be Present Now; Come Holy Ghost, God and Lord; and Holy Spirit Light Divine. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Joshua Jones

May 31, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Miss Lisa and Lilly discuss how the nicest and fanciest things on earth cannot be compared to the majesty of Heaven.

Rev. Joshua H. Jones of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Rapid City, South Dakota presents today's message “Scooby-Do god: Taking Off the Mask”. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of the hymns: Holy, Holy, Holy; Glory Be to God the father; and Jesus Christ is Risen Today”. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired. 

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