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You Don’t Want To Miss This…

So please register today for the 1st Providence Baptist Church Development Conference! Make sure you take the Spiritual Gift Assessment so you’ll know which workshop best fits you. If you didn’t receive the letter from Pastor Maiden you may use this link: https://goo.gl/BQ1BGm

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Are U ALL IN?!

Dear Providence family, I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to our first Church Development Conference! In case you haven’t already heard – Providence Baptist Church is having a weekend of praise, workshops, and a unity worship service. This all takes place on Friday, September 25th, Saturday, September 26th, and Sunday, September 27th […]

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SPOTLIGHT – ESTHER CIRCLE MINISTRY

For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, Matthew 25:35 On Saturday, March 23, 2013, I had the pleasure of “hanging out” with some wonderful women in the Esther Circle… “The purpose of […]

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Let’s Go H20

According to the Institute of Medicine, most women and men need about 9 and 13 cups of fluids per day, respectively, to stay well hydrated. If we are drinking from 20 oz bottles, that would be just under 4 bottles for women and about 5 for men. The rest of the water that we need […]

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Walk Your Way to Better Health!

How many steps do you walk each day? Most of us take an average of 3,000 to 5,000 steps per day. However, in order to stay fit and healthy it is recommended that you walk 7,000-10,000 steps per day. To increase your walking routine, you can start with as little as ten minutes per day. […]

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Chief Antonio Stitt Uses a Pen as His Weapon of Choice

My motto is: “BETTER, STRONGER, FASTER”…all according to God’s Will! By JENNIFER LUMPKIN On Wednesday, February 22nd, Providence’s own “Top Cop” was featured in the Cleveland edition of the Call & Post where he discussed his first co-authored book Change the Parent Change the Child (CPCC). (see article below by Jennifer Lumpkin). I had the […]

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