It is that time of year again when the Nativity scenes are put out on the lawn and people start preparing to eat terrible fruit cake. This is also the time when stores make most of their money and in these hard times, most of our pocketbooks are looking a little dry. Instead of whipping out the cash for presents for your loved one, why not go handmade for some, or all of your gifts and decorations to save money this holiday season. Snow globes are beautiful and can be used as décor or a special gift for a loved one. Take one air-tight glassRead More →

On Friday, November 12, the Drama Association performed A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Latorette Library Auditorium for a large audience after months of hard work. Family and friends gathered in the auditorium to support the actors and all others involved. In addition to supporters of Providence, many students from the International High School on the William Carey International University campus as well as others who live or work on the campus came to watch as well. The Drama Association was started last fall by Henry Delaplane, a sophomore at Providence who has been involved in theater since he was young. It began as aRead More →

On Saturday, November 6, a group of students from Providence Christian College went on an Avodah Excursion to Little Tokyo for a day of history, great food, and Japanese culture.Read More →

The Providence Christian College Sea Beggars rallied last Friday, November 5th, in an organized attempt to heighten school spirit. With many dressed in orange and blue throughout the day, much of the excitement came in the evening when a contest was held to decide who would take over President Halvorson’s place as the school’s new mascot.Read More →

Derek Halvorson, President of Providence Christian College, met with the Mayor of Pasadena, Bill Bogaard, in his office at City Hall. After Providence moved to Pasadena, President Halvorson wrote to the Mayor requesting a meeting and followed up his inquiry with a phone call. In response, he received a letter from the Mayor confirming his request.Read More →

On October 30th, twenty-three Providence students met for the service Avodah to learn about the East Los Angeles branch of a missions agency called Servant Partners that seeks to plant churches amongst the urban poor and partner with them in transforming their communities.Read More →

Friday, October 22, 2010- Pasadena, CA – Members of the Providence Students for Life (SFL) club met in front of Planned Parenthood’s Pasadena Center off of Lake Ave. and Belvidere St. to pray and reach out to women seeking the organization’s services. Approximately ten Providence students stood in the drizzling rain holding signs that explained what abortion does as they sought to refer women to a local crisis pregnancy center, Living Well Pregnancy Center.Read More →