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Kid’s Crossing | November 29, 2015

Kid’s Crossing-Janitor Bob was complaining about the lawn mower. First it broke, and when he borrowed another mower, it ran out of gas. But Bob also realizes that complaining doesn’t accomplish anything.

Main Street Living | November 29, 2015

Today’s message is “He Supplies that Which is Lacking” based on .First Thessalonians 3: 10 and delivered by Rev. Lloyd Redhage of Zion in Andover, and St. Pauls in Ferney. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of: When Peace Like a River; Precious Lord, Take My Hand; and I Love Your Kingdom Lord. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Main Street Living | November 22, 2015

Rev. Nathan Henchen of St. Paul’s Lutheran in Leola delivers today’s message “Stay Awake” based 0n Mark 13: 24-37. The hymns, Blessed Jesus, at Your Word; Jesus, Thy Blood and Rightousness; and Glory Be to God the Father are preesented by the Main Street Living choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Kid’s Crossing | November 15, 2015

Kid’s Crossing-Miss Lisa trys to help Lily with the rules her parents have set up for her and her brother. She thinks her mother is trying to make her life miserable because her brother doesn’t follow the rules as well as she does.

Main Street Living | November 15, 2015

Rev. Bret Bierman serves congregations in Mansfield, Stratford and rural Aberdeen and brings us today’s message “Nothing Ever Lasts” based on Mark 13:1-13. The hymns: Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty; My Hope is Built on Nothing Less; and Now Thank We All Our God, will be sung by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.

Main Street Living | November 8, 2015

Today’s message”The Jar and the Jug” is presented by Rev.Timothy Koch of Concordia, Cresbard and Immanuel in Wecota. The scriptural base is Mark 12:38-44. The hymns:Praise and Thanksgiving; My Faith Looks Up to Thee; and Seek Ye First are performed by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captiones for the hearing impaired.

Kid’s Crossing | November 1, 2015

Kid’s Crossing-Miss Susan, the Church Librarian, reads a story of Moses parted the waters of the Red Sea so God’s people could escape the Egyptian army. The Story is “Moses’ Dry Feet”.

Main Street Living | Novmeber 1, 2015

Rev. Tyler Poppen of Our Savior’s in Aberdeen and St. John’s Lutheran in Columbia, brings today’s message, “Surrounded by the Saints” based on Hebrews 12: 1-3. The hymns: For All the Saints; A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing; and Abide With me will be led by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.