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Providence will once again have women’s and men’s teams in the MCAC
Manitoba Institute of Cell Biology honour the latest award for Dr. Rebecca Dielschneider
Week-long course can also be taken for credit
Yuri Hooker’s story was recently told by the Winnipeg Free Press
IMPACT 2020 campaign closing in on $12.5 million target
Five players scoop awards at Florida tournament
Bite-size lectures are a service to students and the general public
Pilots unbeaten at Florida tournament
And Providence soccer teams showed well at Regional Tournaments
Dr. Rolf Nolasco hopes to “reclaim compassion as the pulsating heartbeat of Christian theology"
President David Johnson delivers State of Institution Address
Dr. Peter Denton and Rev. Jamie Howison discussed “Technology and Values”
Julika Kehler and Herby Magny helped Pilots clinch play-off spots
Dr. Michael Gilmour has written extensively about Bob Dylan’s biblical tie-ins
Lectures addressed technology in our minds and in our churches
Val Hiebert hopes upcoming production will foster new conversations and safer spaces
Enrollment, retention and international numbers all on the rise
Peter Denton and Jamie Howison to present at Providence
Dr. Rob Hughes of Florida State University will join the Seminary in January
Bill 15 implementation will help bolster already robust sexual assault policy
Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation tour stops at Providence
Attendees treated to tours of new spaces ahead of annual dinner
Dr. Arnold Sikkema will discuss the interfaces between science and Christianity
Providence faculty and staff adventured near and far
Transformational changes will make Providence a leading, Canadian, Christian university
Friends of Providence enjoy festive evening at The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre
Dr. Karen Sunabacka’s composition will be performed this weekend
Providence soccer and volleyball teams open their 2016-17 campaigns
Welcome Week ushers in 2016-17 academic year
Students are enjoying free games, activities and concerts at the Otterburne campus.
Providence employees excited for the 2016-17 school year.
Familiarity was key to two-set win over Westman.
New space houses business office, enrollment, financial services and registrars.
Faculty and staff raise nearly $7,000 for Salvation Army.
Campus will host Christian Motorcyclists Association and Teen Challenge.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare awarded 4 stars.
Juno Award-winning band will headline Welcome Week.
Guard.Me offering cites “close-knit community” at Providence.
Development of classroom, administrative and outdoor spaces continuing.
Long-time Providence employee also appointed to Cabinet.
Students can expect an innovated, creative approach to TESOL.
Golf Tournament raises more than $60,000 for scholarship fund.
Delegation will discuss Board orientation and education at Pittsburgh meetings.
Work is continuing on spaces inside and out.
14U Boys volleyball squad wins silver medal at National Championship.
Rebecca Dielschneider is a rising star in Immunology field.
Dr. Marcio Coelho bolsters already thriving program.
Progress being made on classroom and courtyard spaces.
Two-day event will focus on care for people living between cultures.
Graduates recognized over weekend festivities at Otterburne campus.
Bob Fast used Providence as a “springboard” to a life in business and church administration.
Mark Doerksen recalls "pivotal" learning experience at Providence.
Discipleship School students pursue community "wholeheartedly."
Esther Schmidt and Jordan Siemens appreciate school’s “personal touch.”
TV spot looks at institution’s use of cattails as energy source.
Dr. David Johnson’s new mandate will run through 2021.
Honours candidates will present on April 14 and 20.
Academics, leadership, and missions recognized at fourth annual event.
Dr. Patrick Franklin will present his work on faith-science integration at Oregon event.
Sociology department hosts advocacy-themed evening.
Rachael Bloemendal, Luna Kim, and Ben Kroeker win prizes in Steinbach and Winnipeg.
Providence coach honoured for achievements with women’s volleyball team.
Amber Harms and Mitchell Martens claim Athlete of the Year awards.
Athletics thriving at Providence.
Blog entries and images from a "five-sense experience of scripture."
Dr. Mark Boda and Dr. Ed Neufeld to teach modular May courses.
June event will recognize 25 years of difference-making.
Men’ and women’s teams win provincial titles.
Providence contingent will visit sites, connect with people in Holy Land.
And Providence represented on both men’s and women’s All-Conference Teams.
And All-Conference Teams include Courtney Engel, Isabella Selk, and Daniel Dekleva.
Terry Kennedy has been collecting for 37 years.
Providence community inspired by annual missions event.
Providence community meets recovering animals from Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre.
Providence students to benefit from Harv’s Air donation.
Professors will present in Steinbach, Winkler, and Winnipeg.
Kyle Guenther takes over women’s volleyball; Scott Masterson moves to men’s team.
All levels of government represented at ceremonial ground-breaking.
Dr. Nicholas Greco cites David Bowie as a formative influence.
Using cattail pellets for fuel a “historic moment.”
Prominent theologian contributing to Providence Theological Seminary’s journal.
Providence professor continues to work for dignity, social justice, and women’s rights.
Shayna Staerk, LaRae Penner, Mitchell Martens, and Scott Masterson honoured.
Providence discipleship school puts faith and love into action.
Ross and Dorothy Smith Memorial Scholarship will provide $10,000 to two new students.
BBA will move students into larger business spheres.
Former student athletes relive glory days at Providence campus.
Martin Keding was recently in Greece, setting up WI-FI for Syrian refugees.
Kelly Johnson founded Live Again Rwanda, writes Calgary Herald.
Providence-based discipleship school gaining momentum in southern Manitoba.
Basketball teams win and lose against Red River.
The EFC’s Julia Beazley addresses “Haunted Selves and Hindered Society.”
Student-designed course addresses a program need.
The late Richard Osicki honoured with Medium and Light Award.
Students, staff, faculty, and community invited to Julia Beazley’s presentation.
Moneys raised from 2015 event will bolster scholarships, bursaries, and programming.
Former students discuss how Providence continues to impact their lives.
“Old-school gentleman” passed away September 21.
Welcome Week activities begin September 7.
Angelle Arinobu discusses the services available.
Funeral will be held Monday, August 31.
President David Johnson on overcoming the inequity of higher education.
Nicholas Greco’s latest work examines the destruction of the eccentric artist's celebrity.
Konkel, van der Breggen, and others feature in Providence journal.
President David Johnson examines four types of philanthropic investment.
Fundraising goal surpassed at annual golf tournament.
Karen Sunabacka’s “Mama’s Painting” honours art of mother, grandmother.
President David Johnson reflects on the warmth that comes with watching for God.
Martin Ward wins Game Plan 4 LIFE Character Award.
Modern Language Institute offering wide range of English immersion, TESOL programs.
Event will unpack the vision of Third Culture Care Centre in Manitoba.
Campus will showcase green initiatives at May 27 event.
President David Johnson reflects on “light” as both “guidance” and “joy.”
Club volleyball teams will represent Providence in Calgary.
Follow the Pilots as they play matches and work with local ministries in Kingston.
Michael Gilmour’s work highlights the importance of animals in Christian discourse.
Luann Hiebert’s poetry “validated” by inclusion on shortlists.
A life in ministry has taken Howard Dueck across the globe.
Pilots squad will be playing games, working with local ministries.
Speaker Andrew Krahn will address Tolkien’s idea of “eucatastrophe.”
Director Jeff Banman sees his students as future mentors.
Rev. Eric Derksen is the new President of Edmonton’s Vanguard College.
Learning is part of life for Rachel Crowe, Heidi Dirks and Hidetaka Yoshida.
Order of Canada recipient and former Cabinet Minister will be part of grad celebrations.
Eric Johnson and Lauren Toews exit Providence on a high.
Deborah Olukoju recognized as a Community Leader for the Prairies region.
Andry Giesbrecht wins MSA’s Outstanding Player award.
President David Johnson is convinced the North American church needs revival.
Providence music students dominate the music scene in 2015.
ABHE Accreditation visit invites public comment.
A sustainable heating solution that is grown in Manitoba.
President David Johnson reflects on "the four crucial years".
Senior student Shevaun Fortune explores the benefits of a Theatre/Business double-major.
Providence Theatre presents: "Sisters" Feb. 19 - Feb. 21
Former Providence music student Jocelyn Dueck has taken her talents to the Juilliard Opera departmen...
After four seasons with the women's soccer team, Coach Calla steps down as head coach.
90th Anniversary Chapel reflects on Providence's Legacy of Faithfulness
President David Johnson reflects on a common cynicism found during the Christmas season.
President David Johnson reflects on humility in leadership.
After 21 years of faithful service, Martin Ward is stepping down as Men's Soccer Coach.
Margaret Johnson reflects on the Festival of Christmas Praise and her time in choir at Providence.
Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht announced as new Chairman of the Board of Governors.
Providence is sending 3 teams to the NCCAA Nationals after Regional Championship wins
Pilots athlete Julika Kehler teaches that girls play soccer too on a missions trip in Equador
Dale Danso has moved around a lot in his life, but has found the feeling of home at Providence.
Taking place Oct. 29 in the Lecture Theatre
Upgrades to boost varsity and community soccer programs
After one month of school, the Mile Two Discipleship School is flourishing.
The banquet blew away expectations for fundraising, as Providence celebrates 90 years.
Students are back and classes have begun for the new school year at Providence.
President David Johnson reflects on the new school year, and God's Providence in our lives.
Dr. Michael Gilmour's new book on animals and theology will raise $5 per copy for Winnipeg Humane So
President David Johnson writes on character at Providence.
16th annual golf tournament raised $35,000.
Session used to develop cooperative ways to support Indigenous students.
A University College student reflects on his recent trip to Israel.
President David Johnson reflects on the meaning of an abundant life.
President David Johnson reflects on finding a slice of heaven here on earth.
The Providence Chamber Singers will be touring in Brazil until May 14.
Providence celebrated with 86 University College and Theological Seminary graduates this past weeken
President David Johnson reflects on reading the Psalms.
Transition to online bookstore results in major sale.
A memorial service will be held on Thursday, April 10th.
Dr. Dennis Hiebert's Sociology students don't let a snow day stop them from getting to class.
Dr. Lissa Wray Beal's commentary will be available in North America in May 2014
Students and community connect for social change at student-led social justice fair.
Come see their final Providence performance on March 30.
Semifinals begin Friday, March 6, finals set for March 7.
Over 50 high school students braved the cold to participate in Breakaway 2014.
President David Johnson reflects on transformational leadership.
Join Dr. August Konkel and students of Providence as we explore Israel this spring.
"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" begins Feb. 27
President David Johnson reflects on the recent passing of two Providence professors.
President David Johnson reflects on bullying.
Information booth set up on campus until further notice.
The natural gas pipeline that serves Providence...
Honouring the life of Dr. Charles Nichols.
Lecture Series features 7 faculty lectures taking place in Steinbach, Winnipeg and Winkler.
Dr. Charles (Chuck) Nichols passes away at the age of 74.
President David Johnson offers a prayer for the new year.
McKenzie drops the "interim" from her title as she joins Providence permanently.
During this Christmas season, David Johnson has been encouraged by "good news".
Remembering the women killed in Montreal at Ecole Polytechnique in 1989
President David Johnson writes about optimism.
Bell explains pilgrimage of the church calendar at annual Guest Lectures Series.
Student's speak up at student-led forum before next week's Provencher by-election
New discipleship school seeks "real life discipleship" through urban ministry
Scottish melodies tell the tale of Manitoba's early settlers
President David Johnson reflects on the power of music
Providence Board and Corporation members gathered for annual meeting
For the second straight year, men's and women's soccer teams claim top spot in MCAC
Alumna, Charmaine Toews, has been named Photographer of the Year for Manitoba
Dr. David Johnson reflects on the Christ-centered faculty at Providence
Manitoba Hydro features energy efficient technologies at Providence
$49,500 raised goes to facility and equipment upgrades
Over 400 guests attended the celebration at Providence
Save up to 60% off special items in the store
Dr. Johnson officially installed as 14th President of Providence
This year brings a 5% increase in first-year class
President Dr. David Johnson raises the question in the first community chapel of the year.
The students are back, and the Providence community is ready for another great year!
Dr. Dennis Hiebert examines Christian marriage in a more post-Christian society
The new sign will be key in helping guests find Providence
Providence Athletics introduce the Providence Pilots
Tournament raised $30,000 for scholarships
Johnson honoured to lead Providence into next chapter of growth as the new President
Kara Mandryk and Lissa Wray-Beal will be ordained this Sunday in Winnipeg
NAIITS Signs Degree Agreement with Providence
Christeena Nienhuis will cycle 3,900 miles for poverty awareness
Prov's Aviation Program supporter celebrates 40 years of service
The 28-voice choir will sing in 14 towns in 19 days
College and Seminary students said farewell to Prov on Graduation Weekend
Providence alumni-turned-Police Chief to give words of wisdom to grads
NSF International gives two grades of 100% (again)
Students spend break helping others
William Lane Craig’s Campus Apologetics
Thoughts on the bullying conversation
Annual concert honours Dr. Schellenberg
Audio of lectures now available
Facilitating understanding of Aboriginal culture
Bringing the power of theatre directly to students
Jordan Siemens MB 2013 Provincial Champion
Honouring the life of Dr. Schellenberg
No AWD this year
An opportunity for students to visit campus
A delightful, heartwarming play not to be missed
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra to perform
On Wednesday February 20, 2013 at 11:35am, Henry Schellenberg died and passed into the hands of his ...
A Christian response to the Idle No More movement
Exploring the practice of daily prayers in Judaism
Exploring the varied missions of God in the world
Transportation for Fine Arts Teams
Winnipeg Foundation Provides Matching Grant
Commemorating the 1989 Montreal Massacre
Celebrating the many cultures at Providence
12% growth in enrollment
Lectures highlight indigenous biblical theology
Providence Chamber Singers offer special concert
Women's Soccer, Women's Volleyball & Men's Soccer
A half-day conference on faith and the environment
Cross-cultural counselling through immersion
Providence's theme for the year: Integrity
New courses and majors diversify the University College
An opportunity to hone skills and make lasting friendships
Honouring significant contributions and achievements of Canadians
Online education and reduced residency requirements make training more accessible
A reflection from 3rd year student Heidi Martens
Motion M-312: Defining the term "human being"
Honouring Providence President Dr. August Konkel
Providence University College Graduation Ceremony
Dr. David Johnson to assume role
14th Annual Golf Tournament and Banquet
Influencing the Future For Christ, Today
Nearly one thousand people attended various festivities ending the academic year
Faculty and Staff made and served waffles to studious Providence students
Radio interview with Providence Seminary Student/Alumnus
2011-2012 Athletic Awards Banquet
University of Winnipeg
Free estate planning seminars hosted by The Winnipeg Foundation
Head Coach, Scott Masterson, recognized
Appointment of Don Streuber
Carrying the Providence Name into the Future
"Train of hearts"
Hume and Miracle Reports: a lecture by Dr. Hendrik van der Breggen
March 23-24 - A student led initiative from the Sociology Department
Dr. David Johnson to assume role
Providence Men's and Women's Basketball Teams
2nd Year in a Row: Providence Women's Volleyball Win MCAC Championships
NSF International gives two grades of 100%
Tour of the UK from April 24 – May 12, 2012
Tuition Frozen and New Bursaries
February 23-25, 2012
Book reviews submitted to academic journals
William Lane Craig's Campus Apologetics
A new Providence University College promotional video has been released.
Business Program Poised for Growth
Providence Theological Seminary
Providence University College
A Warm Glow In the Neighbourhood
Confessions of a Not-so-Average Girl
Students Rate Food Services
New Constitution Approved by the Providence Corporation
God, Government, and Gospel: Christians and Politics
Providence Professor of Communications and Media reflects on the impact of Apple founder, Steve Jobs
Reflections on Steve Jobs
Providence Buller Centre for Business
The Image of God: Why Life is Worth Defending Against Physician-Assisted Suicide
Providence Alumna Finishes First
Providence University College name change recognized by Manitoba legislature.
"Only If You Are Really Interested" by Dr. Nicholas Greco
Providence Bookstore - June 17, 2011
Dr. Konkel Announces retirement as President of Providence in June 2012
Eastern Canada Tour
Conference Urges Care for Soul in Busy World
Community-LED Emissions Reduction (CLER) Program
Eastern Canada Tour
Invitation to Budget Address
Providence to Honour Four People for Significant Christian Contributions
17-day Service-Learning Experience
April 25-29, 2011
Answering the call to Haiti
2011 Student Entrepreneur Competition
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Saturday Semi-final games will proceed
Providence Barn Moved to New Location
Awakening from the Nightmare
Part III: Can environment friendly projects be good business?
Entrepreneur Provincial Champion
Part II: Providence Hires Environmental Consultant
Canadian Amish “play” on Providence Stage
Journeying on the Refugee Highway
A series of three releases by Thomas Kaethler - Part 1
Now people can earn Seminary graduate certificates at home.
2nd Annual Providence Art Show
The Gospel According To Bob Dylan: The Old, Old Story For Modern Times
Sabbatical at Overseas Ministry Study Center
A Book Launch for Dr. Rolf Nolasco
Remarks Well-Received By Provincial Cabinet Ministers
Providence Men's Soccer Receives Award in Florida
TESOL Program at Highest Standard in Canada
New Addictions Counsellor Busy In Hanover
Providence community forms running enthusiast club
Tears in a Bottle by Clair H. Jantzen
Providence faculty members attend, present papers
Adriano, seminary student, shares his testimony.
Dr. Hendrik van der Breggen attends EPS Conference
Manytones Concert cancelled due to weather.
Next step: New meteorological tower is now up.
Gifts, crafts, trees, good food, and good singing!
Christmas Extravaganza featured on Shaw TV Nov. 12
Aviation Students receive new space and resources
Quartet announces retirement at Providence concert
Western Canada’s First Fully-Interactive Classroom
Increased Freshman Class Two Years Running
Manitoba gospel group supports students
Foreign Population Double From 30 Years Ago
Review of Providence Fall Convocation
Dr. Tim Perry Ordained in the Anglican Church
Witness the commissioning of Providence students.
Students of Any Age Welcome at New School
Bursaries Funding Receives a Boost from Riders
Alumni from 1998-2000 met this past weekend
Minister Toews Launches Providence’s eProv Distance Education, Manitoba's First Full-Interactive Dis...
Bikers To Head Out on the Highway in Support of Christian Higher Education
Dr. Karen Sunabacka's composition to air on CBC Radio 2 on June 19
All Providence alumni can now access the ATLAS® online collection of religion and theology journals.
Thank you to all sponsors and participants for raising $50,000 toward the Providence Transportation
Register now! Christian Leaders Day with Haddon Robinson.
Providence Kicks off Fundraising Campaign for Kids’ Kollege
Business Administration Courses Accepted at CMA Manitoba and the Chartered Accountants School of Bus
Dr. Darryl Friesen Joins Providence Music Department
Graduation events acknowledge Providence's 85 years of Growing Stronger
Communication and Technology May Threaten the Traditional Sermon
Dirtiness is Next to Godliness: Providence Creates a Garden for Community Members
Can Students Learn Lessons in Cultural Studies in Exotic Locations?
Jill Reimer from Winkler, MB, Shares Her College Experience with her Home Community
Join us for the Providence College and Seminary graduation events.
Eat a Waffle on Monday! Providence staff and faculty will treat students to an AMAZING waffle buffet...
If you could have breakfast with one President, whom would you pick?
Providence Aims to Raise $85,000 by Grad
Guests welcomed Spring at the annual Providence College Spring Concert.
Pastors and church leaders learn about new trends in faith and culture in today’s secular Canada.
Providence fine arts students succeed at the South-Eastern Manitoba Music Festival
Providence is pleased to announce quite a few bursary winners for 2010.
...to change the world? Social Concerns events at Providence help raise awareness of world issues.
Providence unveils new TESOL curriculum developed by Gail Tiessen and Elfrieda Lepp-Kaethler
Providence Athletics supporters enjoy elite Coca-Cola viewing box.
Providence Rolls Out New Wheels for Group Transportation
Fall 2010 students who apply by April 1st will be eligible to receive a $150 bursary redeemable at t...
Margaret is looking forward to working as a team with all who have lead in Providence's growth.
Workshop Reaches Charities with Techniques to Help Keep Doors Open
Alumna Kristine Rea Empowers Students to Fight Global Injustice
Glenn Penner, former CEO of Voice of the Martyrs, passed away on Jan. 26.
At present all classes and activities at Providence College and Seminary are operating as normal. Cu...
Local artists featured for good cause
During Tough Educational Market, One Manitoba School Celebrates 85 Years
Holocaust History Comes to Life on Providence Stage
Providence Board Member Don Streuber carried the Olympic Torch in the Winnipeg Olympic Torch Relay.
New Year a Great Time for Mental Health Practitioners, Counsellors and Lay Persons to Improve Skills
Providence College and Seminary is pleased to announce new appointments to the school's 2009-2010 Bo...
Two books from alumni Bob and Penny Armstrong will soon be featured by Winnipeg's Kindred Production
Providence students may qualify to receive portion of tuition rebate up front
Festival of Christmas Praise at Providence College and Seminary Will Bring Many Traditions Together ...
The Mully Children’s Family Mission Choir brought a message of restored hope and forgiveness to Prov...
Do science and faith ever agree on anything? At the recent Faculty Forum at Providence College, Dr. ...
Providence's partner for the aviation program, Harv's Air in Steinbach, received quite an honour at ...
Providence opens tourney with upset over #3 KCU, finishes day with win over #10 WCBC
A Scientist Reflects on How God Makes the World
Providence Board Member receives Community Service Award, Makes $1000 Donation to Providence
Providence, the Only Canadian School in NCCAA, Sends Two Teams to Florida
Cara Luft, former member of the Wailin' Jennys will perform at Providence on November 17
Students Take to the Streets for a Lesson in Empathy
Providence sponsors conference addressing "How Christianity is Changing and Why"
Rwanda is a country with a horrific past, but the courage and resilience of the people who have inte...
Peter Bjornson, the Minister of Education, Citizenship and Youth, has authorized the certification o...
On June 24, 2009, the University of Manitoba’s Senate passed a motion that will make graduate studie...
This winter, half a dozen “mid-lifers” stepped out and went back to school. A mixture of more mature...
Dr. David Barnard, President of the University of Manitoba was on the Otterburne campus on April 3, ...
Life has never moved at a faster pace than it is moving now. In order to make further education poss...
“Shrinking Our Footprint, Expanding Our Reach” Vic Toews presenting the grant to Providence. The Ho...
Another hopeful and exciting academic year has begun and to commemorate and celebrate the beginning ...
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