Kids Crossing-Everyone is getting ready for Christmas: writing out Christmas cards, checking the decorations on the tree, and finalizing travel plans. Mary also traveled just before she gave birth to Jesus.
Rev. Jason Lersche of Blessed Redeemer Lutheran Brandon, SD brings us todays message “Worthy Heralds: Bearing the Word” based on Luke 1:39-56. The hymns this week are: Come, Though Precious Ransom, Come; O Bless the Lord, My Soul; and Savior of the Nations, Come, will be led by the Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaire
Kid’s Crossing-”Greetings, O favored one, the Lord is with you”. Today everyone discusses how Mary may have felt when she heard those words from the angel of God.
Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Ascher of Resurrection Lutheran in Sioux Falls brings todays message “Good Days, Bad Days, and The Lord’s Day”based on Zephaniah: 3 14-20. The Main Street Living Choir will perform the hymns: The King Shall Come When Morning Dawns; The Advent of Our King; and The Night Will Soon Be Ending. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Trust, a wonderful thing! Lily wants to enter a contest, but Miss Lisa shows her the suspicious nature of the contest. She also points out we can always trust what God tells us through His word, the Bible.
Rev. Keith Bicknase of Emmanuel Lutheran in Milbank presents todays message “Preparation for Advent” based on Malachi 3: 1-7. Music, performed by the Main Street Living Choir, is: On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist Cried; Fight the Good Fight; and Prepare the Royal Highway. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
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.
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.