Renew Cambridge Podcast
Recalculating - Week 4

Recalculating - Week 4

March 9, 2020

There are a lot of good ideals that we envision for our families, but the hard truth is that sometimes things don't always turn out the way we expected. Join us as we find out what the Bible says about navigating these detours without destroying our faith.

Recalculating - Week 3

Recalculating - Week 3

March 9, 2020

There are a lot of good ideals that we envision for our families, but the hard truth is that sometimes things don't always turn out the way we expected. Join us as we find out what the Bible says about navigating these detours without destroying our faith.

Recalculating - Week 2

Recalculating - Week 2

February 24, 2020

There are a lot of good ideals that we envision for our families, but the hard truth is that sometimes things don't always turn out the way we expected. Join us as we find out what the Bible says about navigating these detours without destroying our faith.

Recalculating - Week 1

Recalculating - Week 1

February 16, 2020

There are a lot of good ideals that we envision for our families, but the hard truth is that sometimes things don't always turn out the way we expected. Join us as we find out what the Bible says about navigating these detours without destroying our faith.

Made Good - Week 3

Made Good - Week 3

January 26, 2020

Many of us share one big question in common with the early believers: how can I possibly live a "good life" in my time and place? The Apostle Paul revealed the answer in a letter to his companion Titus, and it just might surprise you: we've already been made good.

Made Good - Week 2

Made Good - Week 2

January 19, 2020

Many of us share one big question in common with the early believers: how can I possibly live a "good life" in my time and place? The Apostle Paul revealed the answer in a letter to his companion Titus, and it just might surprise you: we've already been made good.

Made Good - Week 1

Made Good - Week 1

January 13, 2020

Many of us share one big question in common with the early believers: how can I possibly live a "good life" in my time and place? The Apostle Paul revealed the answer in a letter to his companion Titus, and it just might surprise you: we've already been made good.