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Join Donna and Kevann, her daughter, every Tuesday as they talk about faith and everyday life. Understanding the busy lives of women, Donna believes in highlighting the importance of growing in relationship with God. Find some time to listen to this encouraging and challenge women’s podcast. See a complete list of podcasts .  Find your earbuds, charge up your device or grab your laptop and get ready to grow! Listen in online at Faith Strong Today  or you can also find the Grow on the Go Podcast on iTunes.

The last Tuesday of every month is The Share Show.  This episode is designed for you to share with your friends that don’t yet know God.

Donna and Kevann will discuss a variety of topics and ask that you listen with some questions in mind. Questions like: who do I know who doesn’t have a relationship with God? Who would benefit from hearing this?

Sharing the show will create an opportunity for you to have a spiritual conversation with that friend by introducing them to faith in a positive, non-threatening way. We can’t wait to hear about those conversations!

Are you loving what you’re hearing?  If what Donna and Kevann are discussing is resonating with you, please head to the Grow on the Go podcast and tell iTunes you’re liking the show!

Recent Podcasts

Season 6 Episode 10 – Your Spiritual Personality – Many people struggle to establish a regular time with God that feels life-giving. God has made each of us unique, and He wants us to relate to Him in a way that makes sense to how He wired us. Once you begin to embrace the practices that fill you with life and joy, you’ll never dread “doing devotions” again!

Season 6 Episode 9 – Why Christians Should be Environmentalists– It’s often difficult to comprehend things that don’t yield immediate, observable results. God gave us dominion over the planet– we were instructed to take care of it, and to protect it. This week on Grow on the Go, Donna and Kevann discuss the special type of leadership required to lovingly manage His creation.

Season 6 Episode 8 – Watch Your Gauges – In this weeks Share Show, Donna and Kevann apply the design concept of “negative space” to five areas of life. It’s important to monitor how we’re doing emotionally, financially, physically, spiritually, and punctually — it can make a huge difference in the quality of our lives!

Season 6 Episode 7 – In the Bottom of the Boat with Jesus. – Most people like to be in control. But when storms roll into our lives, we quickly realize that we’re not. This week, Donna and Kevann discuss the three choices available to us when things get rocky, and the one question you need to ask before walking away from faith.

Season 6 Episode 6 – Becoming Yourself– On this week’s episode of Grow on the Go, Donna and Kevann discuss what makes us unique. Kevann is offended when someone calls her “bubbly”, but appreciated when someone told her she loves “like an avalanche.” This leads into a discussion about how early identity wounds can cause us to lose a part of ourselves, because we believed a lie that caused shame. Managing our memories in a productive way can free us to love ourselves and love others authentically! Our destiny is to become like Jesus but also to become like nobody else who has ever lived. Each of us worships God in a way no one else can. Our uniqueness isn’t just God’s gift to us– it’s also our gift to Him!

Season 6 Episode 5 – Be a Guerilla Lover – Why do people outside the faith like Jesus but reject his church? It has to do with the way we’ve represented Jesus to the world. To represent him well we have to learn to love the way Jesus loved. This week, Donna and Kevann talk about the need to experience Jesus’ love personally before we can give it away effectively, sharing practical and proactive ways to do so.

Season 6 Episode 4 – The Three R’s of Relationship – On this month’s Share Show, Donna and Kevann discuss the consequences of broken relationships, and how to resolve them. We can’t always restore a broken relationship — sometimes we have to release it. When we are hurt, we often feel the need to punish the person who wounded us. The problem with this strategy is that it tethers us to the perpetrator. It’s important to understand what forgiveness is, and what it is not.

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