Main Street Living Media Ministry – February 2021

THE CHRISTIAN SEASON OF LENT begins this month – and with it comes a special time for Christians to prepare for the two most important days of the Church year, as we consider our fallen sinful condition and need for a Savior! May God’s Holy Spirit open the doors of our hearts ever wider that we may more deeply understand and receive the redeeming work of our Lord!

Thank you for your much-needed financial support! Checks may be sent to “Main Street Living NORTH”, 821-5th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103, or donate by Credit Card or your PayPal account at God’s blessing in Christ!

-Ken Koehler MSL North Volunteer Coordinator

“Main Street Living North” Programs for February 2021:

Feb 7: Rev. Daniel Suelze, Wittenberg Lutheran Chapel, Grand Forks, ND, presents the message “The Everlasting God,” based on Isaiah 40:21-31. “This is the Life” episode: “The Point of No Return”. This color presentation discusses God’s limitless Grace.

Feb 14: Rev. Jeffrey Lee, LCMS MN North District, Brainerd, MN, presents the message: “Boldly Proclaiming Jesus,” based on 2 Corinthians 3:12-4:6. “This is the Life” episode: “Mr. Big”.

Feb 21: Rev. David Suelzle, Grace Lutheran Church, Fargo, ND, presents the message: “It Just Doesn’t Make Any Sense,” based on Genesis 22:1-3. “This is the Life” episode: Social Responsibility and Christian witness are the topics in “The Day We Lost Ella Mae”.

Feb. 28: Rev. Don Fondow, President, LCMS MN North District, presents the message: “A Life Worth Living … A Savior Worth Believing,” based on Mark 8:27-38. “This is the Life” episode: “Out of Bondage” examines the Christian approach to alcoholism.

“MAIN STREET LIVING” is a locally produced TV program that includes a 30-minute worship service led by participating pastors of the Minnesota North and North Dakota Districts of our LCMS, along with a 30-minute Lutheran Hour program (normally “This Is The Life,” along with occasional church-season specials).

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