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Main Street Living Schedule

Reverend Thomas Christopher

August 16, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Janitor Bob shows a gift he is planning to give to his wife. The gift is extravagant, just like the gift of eternal life the Jesus gave us through his death and resurrection.

Rev. Thomas Christopher of St.Martin in Alexandria, St. John's in Emery, and Trinity Lutheran of Spencer, SD brings us today's message “Pharisee or Tax Collector-Jesus died for both”, based on Luke 18:9-14. The Main Street Living Choir will perform the hymns: By Grace I'm Saved; Just as I Am Without One Plea; and Jesus Sinners Doth Receive. The program is intrepreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Caleb Schewe

August 23, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Miss Lisa introduces us to Miss Sapphire, a missionary from a small village far away. She tells us on the many sacrifices she made and blessings she received by being a Missionary.

Today's Message “Which is Easier” is brought by Pastor Caleb Schewe of Trinity Lutheran Church in Corona, SD and is based on Mark 7:1-13. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the hymn singing of : Dear Christians, one and All Rejoice; By Grace I'm Saved; and The Church's One Foundation. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Scott Sailer

August 30, 2015

Miss Susan tells us that words have meanings. But not always do we understand their meaning. The story is about a man who was reading the Bible but did not know what he was reading. God sent Phillip to help him know what he was reading.

President of the South Dakota District LCMS, Rev. Scott Sailer, delivers todays message “Working on Our Defense and Offense”, based on Ephesians 6: 10-20.

The Main Street Living Choir will lead the music with: Come, Thou Almighty King; Fight the Good Fight; and Onward, Christian Soldiers. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Ryan Drevlow

September 6, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Pastor Pay tells us how God used the bad for good. Joseph, even though he was sold into slavery, would become great and God would use him to save a whole country from starvation.

Rev. Ryan Drevlow of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls brings us today's message “It is Finished. There's a way out, Your Not Dead and it Ain't Over” based on Isaiah 35: 1-7.

The hymns: Jesus Thy Blood and Rightousness; By Grace I'm Saved; and Oh, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, will be sung by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Kelly Smith

September 13, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Janitor Bob tells us that when Jesus died on the cross he actually took something bad (his death on the cross) and turned it into something good (eternal life for those who believe in Him).

Rev. Kelly Smith of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church in Brookings, SD brings us today's message “Christ Frees Us From the Devil's Power”, based on Mark 9: 14-29.

The Main Street Living Choir will lead the hymns: Chief of Sinners Though I Be; Precious Lord, Take my Hand; and Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Richard Milbrandt

September 20, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Miss Susan tells us the story of Joseph, and how God used him to show Pharaoh what his dreams meant. She illustrates how Joseph then served God by saving all of Egypt from a terrible famine.

Rev. Richard Milbrandt of St. Paul Lutheran in Plankington and Trinity Lutheran of White Lake, SD delivers today's message “Who is the Greatest” based on Mark 9: 30-37.

The hymns: Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty; Amazing Grace; and Go My Children With My Blessing, will be led by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Reverend Warren Uecker

September 27, 2015

Kid's Crossing-Lily is having a bad day. Nothing is going right. But Aunty Lisa reminds her some of the things she is thankful for, and that makes her feel much better.

Today's message is delivered by Rev. Warren Uecker of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Madison, SD. “The messenger or the Message” is based on Numbers 11: 29.

The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of: Lord, Open Now My Heart To Hear; The Church's One Foundation; and God of Grace and God of Glory. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired

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