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Main Street Living | Duluth

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Main Street Living is a Lutheran Television program that is endorsed by the Minnesota North District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The program receives no funding from the District, but is totally funded by viewers and congregations of the KBJR-Channel 6 Viewing area. The program is broadcast on KBJR-Channel 6, the CBS network affiliate in Duluth on Sunday morning, starting at 9:30 AM.

The first 30 minutes are remastered episodes of the popular “This is the Life” series that was very popular in the 70’s and 80’s. The second half of the program is a modified Lutheran worship service that features a different Pastor each week, from the station’s broadcast area.

Main Street Living Duluth | December 8th, 2019
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Rev. Jonathan C. Watt 12-8-19 Life in Christ, Grand Marais, MN from MSL NorthLand. This © Stokes Media House Inc. content is for everyone! Sermon Title: John the Baptizer ( The Lutheran ) This service also includes special singing from the Our Redeemer kids! To Donate click here.

This is the Life | December 8th, 2019
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The Christmas season LHM Animated Series Program is: “The Stableboy’s Christmas” (A family experiences the excitement of the holidays, while trying to keep the true meaning of Christmas at the center of their preparations.)

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Main Street Living Mission

-To present an evangelistic television ministry that invites the unchurched and shut-in to better know the saving grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
-To present a quality Christian television program with Lutheran foundations.
-To present the Gospel of Jesus Christ through a Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod worship service to viewers in the upper midwest.
-To spiritually and financially involve the Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod congregations the upper midwest.