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Three Unexpected Gifts from Providence Kids

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Providence Kids has given me the great gift of getting to know and love some pretty amazing little humans, but it’s also given me at least three unexpected gifts....

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Disciple Your Kids on Sunday Morning

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What do your children see when they watch you? The familiar text of Deuteronomy 6 teaches us about God, about ourselves, and about teaching our kids to follow God....

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God's Provision for New Moms

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Each woman who joins Little Legacies is in the same place—trying to figure out the same things none of us have encountered before, needing wisdom and guidance as we navigate all that comes with the new title we’ve been given....

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A Letter to a Single Mom

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I was barely 22 when I became pregnant by a guy that I wasn’t really dating at the time. I was scared, confused, lonely, and felt like I let everyone down. The world told me that marriage or abortion were the only solutions, and at least with abortion nobody would have to know....

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Students Who Love: Stories from Student Life Camp

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At Providence Students, our goal is to fulfill the church’s mission by making disciples who love God, love the church, and love the world. Everything we do, from our big annual events to our regular weekly gatherings, is meant to encourage 6th through 12th grade students as they learn to grow in their faith and live it out....

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10 Reasons I Love Women's Bible Study (and Why I Hope You Do Too)

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The new season marks the kickoff of another year of women’s bible study. I’m forever grateful for how God has used studying his word with other women to encourage me. I want to encourage you to come to this fall women’s bible study by listing 10 reasons that I love it!...

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The Gospel and My Anxiety

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For so long, I believed that my fears, anxieties, and people-pleasing tendencies were a product of my circumstances. But when my circumstances changed… surprise! All those tendencies were still there! With encouragement from my Community Group, I cautiously ventured into Redemption, knowing that there was something more beneath the surface of my sin, and wanting to see m...

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How Little Legacies Helped Me As a New Mom

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My husband and I became foster parents last summer. We welcomed our first placement, a little girl, a week after we became licensed. Despite all the training, her arrival seemed like a stork delivery....

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Remembering That God Pursued Me

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By the grace of God and the gentle nudge of my wife, I signed up for Redemption. Even though I didn’t know what to expect, God moved in my heart....

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A New Framework for Understanding Grace

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It was a Sunday morning. My husband and I were driving back from church, reflecting on God’s grace in our lives. I asked him why he thought we had a strong marriage, despite all of the tough times the Lord has walked us through....

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Operation Christmas Child 2015

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On November 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., we'll be packing and loading Operation Christmas Child boxes and praying for the children who will receive them....

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A Calling to Serve Orphans

Orphan Sunday is an annual reminder to churches across the world of this call to serve these children. Ultimately, it is a reminder that caring for orphans is about making disciples. But making disciples requires action, and action requires preparation. So, how do we prepare?...

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