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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
 
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Ron Copeland has worked for the Corps of Engineers for over 5 decades, 52 years at the Los Angeles district and the Corps' Coastal and Hydraulics lab in Vicksburg Mississippi. He also worked for 10 years as a principle engineer at Mobile Boundary Hydraulics, which was the premiere 1D sediment transport modeling firm for decades. But Dr. Copeland ha…
 
When defining the culture of our church we must start with the questions, “Who are we and what are we becoming?” We find the answers by what we value and celebrate. At River Church, we highly regard seeking and saving the lost. Why? Because Jesus did it and as his followers, we should take note of how he accomplished this. We’ve twisted this busine…
 
Why do we participate in communion? Do we just do this out of tradition, or because Jesus did it with his disciplines? This week Darrell will unpack communion and bring us back to heart of the meal that Jesus' shared with his followers before going to the cross. If you are curious about communion, this is a really good week to fine out more what Ch…
 
by Paul Hughes Videos mentioned in the sermon: 1) Salvation Mountain (Leonard Knight) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gonpqxlLIa0 2) Success is not Linear (Yoann Bourgeois) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYba5jXh03k Thank you for journeying with us in listening to this River podcast. We hope you have been encouraged and strengthened through it. If…
 
3 Tough Questions Why Does God Allow Evil? Louie Marsh, 11-20-2022 Mao Zedung Born: December 26, 1893 Died: September 9, 1976, Beijing, Responsible for between 40 and 80 million deaths – most scholars settle around 65 million deaths. Joseph Stalin Born: December 18,1878 Died: March 5, 1953, Kuntsevo Dacha, Moscow Responsible for between 6 and 23 mi…
 
Luke 23:35 The people stood watching, and the rulers even sneered at him. They said, “He saved others; let him save himself if he is God’s Messiah, the Chosen One.” 36 The soldiers also came up and mocked him. They offered him wine vinegar 37 and said, “If you are the king of the Jews, save yourself.” 38 There was a written notice above him, which …
 
Another one! Episode 2 of the student edition of the red river podcast is here. For our second episode of the student edition of the podcast, host Jason Bolduc talks to Graphic Design phenom Spence Hiebert about creavite burnout, mental health, and some advice and tips for dealing with creators block. Check it out! Link Dump: FOLLOW us on social me…
 
For the past 27 years in November, class 5 kayakers have assembled at the Green River in North Carolina for the Green Race. And a couple thousand hardy spectators hike the miles down to cheer on these rowdy kayakers. In these two episodes we tell the story of the race and we meet two of the women racing. One has won the race 12 times. The other is …
 
A Sacramento man was arrested over the weekend for leveling serious threats against three young politicians--all women of color. Thankfully, councilmembers Katie Valenzuela and Mai Vang, as well as District 3 City Council Candidate Karina Talamantes, are all safe today. But this incident raises serious questions. This man was already on probation. …
 
Richmond ToolBank's Executive Director Toby Vernon is back at River City Podcast to share what their motto- "Together, we do more good" really means. They lend over $1 million dollars in tools and equipment to community based organizations! Tools are borrowed by hundreds of organizations that lead to over 1,000 projects each year. Contributing to R…
 
We always look forward to talking with Fran Sillau, the talented and accomplished Executive Artistic Director of Circle Theatre. This is Circle's 39th Season, and their first show of their season, "Stronger Than Strong! Great American Tall Tale Heroines", will be held NOVEMBER 19th at 7PM and NOVEMBER 20th at 2PM at the Jewish Community Center. Thi…
 
We're Back! Jordy Culotta of The Jordy Culotta Show joins the guys to talk all things LSU and the Tiger's monumental win over Alabama. CFP Predictions, do the Tigers have a shot at the playoffs? LSU basketball makes its return and the Saints straight up suck,
 
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