Both parts of ‘A Life of Giving’ Episode Four are currently streaming at This is the first in a series of December events set to capture the hearts and minds of charitable folks everywhere.

REEDSVILLE, WI, December 22, 2020 /Neptune100/ — During the roller coaster ride of 2020, one thing has remained steady: the timely and consistent arrival of high quality programming in the form of A Life of Giving, the celebrated online series. Throughout its 2018 pilot episode and subsequent four season one installments the program has dealt with many issues, including charity, faith, life, death, and more. The show has navigated the ever-changing world around us in the capable hands of its host and co-creator, Reverend Richard Klingeisen.

In his typically calm and measured manner, Rev. Klingeisen, or Father Dick as he is known in his community, has delivered one successful episode after another, all the while cementing his legacy and life story in the multimedia arena.

“I don’t do the show for myself,” says Rev. Klingeisen. “I do it for all those who might need a helping hand or even a shoulder to cry on. But, above all, I do it for Our Lord.”

For the season one finale of A Life of Giving, Rev. Klingeisen and his production team are pleased to announce a special two-part episode, which has been rolled out in back to back weeks. It is currently available in full on his official website. The new installment focuses almost exclusively on the rigors and challenges of life in 2020, particularly as it has to do with the coronavirus pandemic. This event has reshaped life as we once knew it, leaving many people hurting physically, financially, emotionally, and of course spiritually. Rev. Klingeisen gives his best effort to make sense of these things and provide comfort to those in need—no matter which category they might fall into.

Following this two-part episode is A Life of Giving’s traditional Christmas Episode, which will be available shortly!

To view all available episodes of A Life of Giving please visit the show’s official website here.
To learn more about Rev. Richard Klingeisen click here.