Kid’s Crossing-Pastor Pay shows how a magnet does what Jesus wants us to do, draw people to Him, just as He draws us to Him through His love.
“Evangelical-Good News” is the message presented by Rev. David Otten of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Dimock, SD. The sermon is based on Luke 4: 18. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of: Songs of Thankfulness and Praise; Hark, the Glad Sound; and Almighty Father, Bless the Word. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Janitor Bob and Miss Lisa help Jemimah understand Jesus’ first miracle of changing water into wine at the wedding of Cana, after jemimah spilled some red Kool Aid in the the Parish Hall.
Rev. Kenneth Soyk of Faith Lutheran Church in Parkston, and St. Peter Lutheran in Clayton, SD brings todays message “Look to Jesus”, based on Matthew 17: 1-9. The Main Street Living Choir will perform; Tis Good Lord to be Here; Beautiful Saviou; and Love Divine, All Love Excelling, The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Miss Tina answers a letter from a viewer about Holy Baptism and explains the why, where, how and who are being Baptised and why it such an important part of our faithful journey on earth.
Rev. Jesse Davis of First English Lutheran in Parker, and Zion Lutheran in Centerville SD, brings us todays message “Jesus, the Beloved Son of God, Comes For the Unworthy”. The sermon is based on Luke 3: 15-22. The hymns: Jesus Sinners Doth Receive; On Jordons’ Bank the Baptist’s Cry; and Rock of Ages, Cleft For Me will be led by the Main Street Living Choir. The program s interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Miss Lisa introduces Janitor Bob to her friend a rabbit named Shiloh. Shiloh claims he lost something so they check the lost and found box.
Todays message is presented by Rev. Garen Pay of Peace Lutheran Church in Alcester, SD. The topic, “Not So Ordinary Grace” is based on Luke 2: 40-52. The Main Street Living Choir will perform the hymns: Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty; Just as I Am; and Almighty Father, Bless the Word. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Janitor Bob tells us how God kept all His promises through Jesus. We can always trust the promises given to us by God just we trust in our God in our daily lives.
“Waiting For the Right Gift” is the topic explored by Rev. Greg Lehr of Zion Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. SD. The message is based on Luke 2. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the hymn singing of: Oh Come All Ye Faithful; Come Thou Long Expected Jesus; and Go Tell it On the Mountain. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.