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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, 2024

As some point, every single one of us believed something to be true only to later discover that it was completely false. A classic example would be [spoiler alert] the existence of Santa Claus.

For many people when they were younger, they believed with all their heart in this existence of Santa. Their...


Jun 17, 2024

The book of Revelation (notice there is no "s" on the end) is one of the most misunderstood books of the Bible. It is not a book that describes how the world is going to end nor is it written scare people (though there are some scary images).

Revelation is a book written to give hope and encouragement to Christians who...


Jun 2, 2024

One can't have a discussion regarding The Big Picture of the Bible without talking about God's Kingdom. From Genesis to Revelation, God's Kingdom pops up (though subtle at times) everywhere. Then, when Jesus arrives on the scene it literally becomes his main preaching point through out his ministry:

"The time has...


Jun 2, 2024

A woman in Sunderland, England nearly leapt to her death in 2018 from Wearmouth Bridge, very well known as a place where people come to end their lives. She now returns to that site regularly to post messages encouraging others who are having a rough time to get help.

Paige Hunter, now 21, says that when she was a...


May 23, 2024

The fine-tuning of the universe is shown in the precise strengths of four basic forces. Gravity is the best known of these forces, and the weakest, with a relative strength of 1.

Next comes the weak nuclear force that holds neutrons together inside an atom. It is 1034 times stronger than gravity but works only at...