In this episode Jen sits down with Debbie Cole, as she discusses ways that she invests in her grandchildren, and steps that we can all take to invest in the next generation.

March 11, 2020

Raising Girls as a Dad

In this episode Jen sits down with Darren Doty, and they discussed everything he has learned while raising two girls.

In this episode Jen interviews Diane Bobko, the Family Pastor at Family Life Assembly in Anacortes. They discuss what it was like for Diane to make the transition from having her kids in the house to suddenly being an empty nester, and what she has learned along the way.

February 5, 2020

Why Camps are Important

This week Jen sits down with Eli Angulo, the Youth Director for our Snohomish Campus. They discuss the upcoming Winter Camp for GYC, and how they can help with the spiritual walks of students.

In this episode Jen interviews Pastor Ana Chesterfield, the campus pastor of Life Church 360's Spanish speaking campus, about how we can support our Spanish speaking communities.

January 2, 2020

Taking care of your health

In this episode of the Grove Family Podcast Jen interviews Ryan Swobody, a local firefighter and gym owner, about practical ways to take care of your health this year.

This week Jen interviews Tim Martin, the Elementary Coordinator at the church. They discuss his experiences becoming a Christian as a teenager, and learning to pursue Jesus when his family did not share his faith.

December 4, 2019

Perspectives from a teacher

This week Jen interviews Joy Dinius, who in addition to serving at the Grove church is an elementary teacher in Snohomish county.

November 20, 2019

Leading in your community

Mari-Anne Nehring has both a husband and son involved in local politics. In this episode of the Grove Family Podcast Jen interviews her about what she has learned about community leadership over the years.

This week Jen interviews Jennifer Stevenson about what it's like to navigate your family through transitions within the Church Family, and the lessons she's learned along the way.

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