Grow on the Go Podcast

christian women's podcast

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.

Grab a coffee, find a comfortable spot and start listening!

That time Donna and Kevann sat on the other side of the microphone with The 70 Club and Lorie Hartshorn!

 
 
 
 

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Recent Podcasts

 

Season 7 Episode 10 – This Day/That Day -This week on Grow on the Go, Donna and Kevann discuss the ordinary things in our culture that influence our thinking, and how easy it is to buy into attitudes that don’t honour God! They compare what the Bible says with our own habits, and find ways we could be following Jesus even more closely.

Season 7 Episode 9 – A life well lived -This week, Donna is joined by her friend Ardyce Worsley, who just retired from a remarkable missionary career. She shares how living among people who considered grass and gourds as “clothing” drew her into a deep appreciation for their differences, a more intimate relationship with her husband, and a deeper trust of God.

Season 7 Episode 8 – This week on Grow on the Go, Donna and Kevann share the stupid arguments they’ve had with people close to them, and how it relates to Attachment Theory. They discuss how the primal reactions of fight or flight affect our relationships, and the three destructive patterns they can create!

Season 7 Episode 7 -This week, Donna and Kevann revisit a podcast originally aired in September 2019. While Kevann was in Australia, Donna’s good friend Karen Taylor stopped by to gush about a book that helped her recapture the enthusiasm she had for the Bible as a baby Christian.

Season 7 Episode 6 -The Lord’s Prayer isn’t really the Lord’s Prayer — it’s really the Disciples’ Prayer. Jesus gave it to his disciples as a template for how to pray, not to be repeated verbatim. Donna & Kevann discuss all the things that can be included in this prayer, and take a look at some of Jesus’ parables that provide some background and deeper meaning.

Season 7 Episode 5 – Laughter alert: there’s a lot of giggling in this podcast! When they finally got past Kevann’s weird story, Donna and Kevann talked about how following Jesus can make us unusually creative. Wisdom is often perceived as being boring and unimaginative, but nothing could be further from the truth! They talk about what it means to pursue wisdom, and how that can help you solve specific problems.

Season 7 Episode 4 -This week welcomes one of Donna’s heroes, Anita McKeller. Anita and her husband were dreaming about their retirement when the unthinkable happened. In this podcast, Anita shares how she leaned on God and learned to choose joy as she began to define the new normal. She leaves us with advice for those who feel overwhelmed with traumatic circumstances and those facing a future more challenging than they ever could have imagined.

Season 7 Episode 3 – Donna welcomes her dear friend Wendy Lowe to the show this week to chat about some insightful questions found in an old journal. Seasons of change can be disorienting, but knowing what to ask ourselves can help us learn more about who we are! Reflecting honestly on these questions can help us embrace a positive perspective, even when transition is hard.

Season 7 Episode 2 – With lots of laughter, Donna and Kevann talk about a very serious topic that profoundly affects so many of us — anxiety. What did Jesus mean when he used the greeting “Peace be with you?” You might be amazed to learn the depth in those words. We also discuss how neuroplasticity and Jesus’ finished work on the cross work together to offer us true Shalom.

Season 7 Episode 1 – This week on Grow on the Go, Donna and Kevann share the stupid arguments they’ve had with people close to them, and how it relates to Attachment Theory. They discuss how the primal reactions of fight or flight affect our relationships, and the three destructive patterns they can create!