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Reverend Matthew Nix

July 5, 2015

Christmas in July! Miss Lisa tells Jemimah that we can celebrate the birth of Jesus all year long, even though Jemimah's friends laughed at her for wanting to celebrate Christmas in July.

Rev. Matthew Nix of Trinity Lutheran for the Deaf and Christ Lutheran churches in Sioux Falls will bring us today's message titled “Cut to the soul that it might be healed” based on Mark 6:1-15. The Main Street Living choir will lead the hymns: Come Holy Ghost, God and Lord; Fight the Good Fight; and Sent Forth by God's Blessing. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Daniel Deardoff

July 12, 2015

Have you ever slept through a storm? Miss Susan tells about the time when Jesus was sleeping through a storm. When He was awaken, Jesus proceeded to calm the storm, just as He calms the storms in our lives.

Today's message is presented by Rev. Daniel Deardoff of Blessed Redeemer Lutheran Church in Brandon, SD. The message “Chosen! Blessed With Every Blessing! Is based on Ephesians 1:3-14. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing with: Today Thy Mercy Calls Us; Chief of Sinners; and Go My Children With My Blessing. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Paul Pater

July 19, 2015

The Cross. Is it beautiful or ugly? The cross was used to put people to death (ugly). It is also how Jesus died to save us from our sinful nature (beautiful). Pastor Pay tells us how we can each have a cross as a reminder of the beautiful sacrifice made for us by Jesus.

Rev. Paul Pater of St. John's Lutheran in Howard, SD brings us today's message, “Give Them Something to Eat”, based on Mark 6:30-44. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of: Just As I Am, Without One Plea; Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us; and Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Steven Weispfennig

July 26, 2015

Lily is very excited about going to camp. She worked an entire year to pay for it, and now she has everything she needs for a great camping experience, but why is a compass so important?

Today's message, based on Mark 6:45-56, is presented by Rev. Steven Weispfenning of St. John's Lutheran Church in Yankton, SD. and is titled ”For Those in Peril on the Sea”. Hymns will be led by the Main Street Living Choir and are: Great is Thy Faithfulness; Be Still My Soul; and When Peace Like a River. The program is intrepreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired

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