Kid’s Crossing-Nurse Stacy sings a new song that tells us about the 10 plagues and how the people reacted to each of them.
Rev. Tim Rynearson of Peace Lutheran of Brookings, and Redeemer Lutheran of Flandreau, SD brings us todays message, “God is Our Refuge and Strength” based on Psalm 46. The hymns: A Mighty Fortress is Our God; Onward Christian Soldiers; and Almighty Father, Bless the Word, are led by The Main Street Living Choir. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Shiloh, Miss Lisa’s favorite bunny brings a friend, Jethro. Jethro’s ancient grandfather was present when God freed the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
“The Importance of Getting It Straight” is the topic of today’s message delivered by Rev. Kent Borglum of St. Paul Lutheran of Freemen, SD. The scriptural base is Mark 10: 17-27. The Main Street Living Choir will lead the singing of: All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name; Rock of Ages; and God of Grace and God of Glory. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Janitor Bob tells us how God spoke to Moses in a burning bush. He also tells us how God still talks to us today!
The scripture base for today is Mark 10: 17-22 and the message “Jesus is More Than a Good Teacher”, is delivered by Rev. Brain Bucklew of Zion Lutheran in Delmont and Emmaus Lutheran in Tripp SD. TheMainÂ StreetÂ Living Choir will lead the singing of: Today Your Mercy Calls Us; By Grace I’m Saved; and My Hope is Built on Nothing Less. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Kid’s Crossing-Miss Susan reads the story of how Moses was saved from the wicked Pharoah when the Isrealites were slaves in Egypt. His big sister Miriam helped.
Rev. Ken Johnson of Zion Lutheran in Avon and Our Savior’s Lutheran in Springfield, SD will preach on Mark 10: 2-16, entitled “The Right Approach”. The Main Street Living Choir will perform the hymns: Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee; Just As I Am; Faith and Truth and Life Bestowing. The program is interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired.