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River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding.
 
Be enriched and encouraged as you listen to the latest talks and music from River Church. We believe in a personal relationship with God which is made possible by the life, death and resurrection of his Son, Jesus Christ; and that relationship affects everything we do. Our experience is that the supernatural power of God, which we read about in the Bible, can still be known today in our own lives (You can expect one to three new MP3 podcast episodes each week).
 
The killers of Berta Caceres had every reason to believe they’d get away with murder. More than 100 other environmental activists in Honduras had been killed in the previous five years, yet almost no one had been punished for the crimes. Bloomberg’s Blood River follows a four-year quest to find her killers – a twisting trail that leads into the country’s circles of power.
 
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Josh shares from Ephesians 6 today about some verses that can be hard to hear -- whether you are a child or a parent. Paul is encouraging the Ephesian church that life in Christ is not like the context in which they live where power dictates the relationship. Parents like to correct their children -- especially when they don't listen and obey. Chil…
 
Japanese history scholar Chelsea Szendi Schieder talks about the inconsistent ways Japan chooses to deal with the dark chapters of its past and how denial is NOT just a river with some amazing cruises. Ollie looks into how the Sumidagawa River Cruise is finally adapting to foreign widths. Bobby makes a joke that hinges on ignoring the difference be…
 
Jesus wants you to thrive in all your relationships. He came specifically to give abundant life. But you can sometimes be your worst enemy when it comes to the kind of transformative growth that Jesus provides. Here’s why… You can’t change what you don’t acknowledge. Denial and delusion can keep you from becoming the person Jesus says you are. The …
 
On Sunday, we started a new mini-series within our “Creators, Not Consumers” called “Community Creators”. One of our Pastors, Justin Law, started off this mini-series by showing us how God uses love to create community and how we can show that love to those around us. You can listen to or watch Justin’s message below. watch on Facebook watch on you…
 
"Rivers of Power"was published in 2020. It covers humans' history with rivers from some of the earliest civilizations to the most powerful nations today and how water is possibly the greatest natural capital. Rivers, their water and their usefulness for society has not changed. What is changing is how humans can and do move that water from source t…
 
Today, we’re going to see Jesus and the Twelve start their final journey towards Jerusalem. We have the unbelievable privilege of watching Jesus fulfill Old Testament prophecy regarding what’s called His Passion. The Passion are all the events from the Last Supper to Jesus’ crucifixion. We are also going to see Jesus predict His future in excruciat…
 
Women were essential to the mission of Jesus. Among the women traveling from Galilee to Judea were at least two Moms. The sons of these Moms include the sons of Zebedee. The Mom of James and John, plus the Mom of two followers of Jesus are recorded by Matthew in his Gospel Story. These Moms and other women were present at the cross, the burial, and…
 
John 5:1-8 - There are times when someone asks a stirring question and it becomes a defining moment in our lives. Jesus was a master at this. In the Gospels, He would ask questions that went straight to the core of a person's deepest beliefs, motives, and idols. This Sunday we continue our spring sermon series looking at the questions Jesus asked a…
 
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