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Iowa City Church Podcast

Welcome to the Iowa City Church sermon and teaching page.  We know that life can be confusing, and sometime just plain hard.  We believe the best way to live life comes through following Jesus.  These lessons and sermons are designed to be a resource to help you on that journey.  We hope you find them helpful!

Jun 20, 2022

A popular comedian once said, “If money talks, all it ever says to me is good-bye!”  Can you relate?  With an uncertain economy looming and rising prices on just about every commodity, it probably feels like we hardly get a chance to know our paychecks before they pack their bags!

If your money could talk what...

Jun 13, 2022

Have you heard of the Tikker wristwatch?  It's a basic wristwatch, the difference is that this watch counts down your life so you can make every second count? You answer a basic questionnaire and they deliver to you a watch that is essentially a countdown clock to when you are predicted to die. The effect is sobering, a...

Jun 6, 2022

In 1152 a war started between the countries of France and England, all because King Louis VII shaved his beard and refused to grow it back.  Sadly this conflict, referred to as 'The War of Whiskers' raged for 301 years until peace  was finally declared after the Battle of Rouen in 1453.

As one studies the countless...

Jun 6, 2022

Did you know that the average person spends 1/5 of their lifetime talking?  That is A LOT OF WORDS!

If all the words we spoke in a day were printed, on average we would fill a 50 page book EVERYDAY.  

In his book, James has spent considerable time focused on our words. He challenged us to be "quick to listen, slow...

Jun 6, 2022

When we all were growing up as children, we wanted to impress our friends, kind of show off to demonstrate our importance.  Some times that would include making big claims that may or may not have been true.  For instance:
"I rode my bicycle with no hands for five blocks!" 

As a friend, what is the most appropriate...