As I sat in church this morning I was overcome with joy, nostalgia, and confidence in how God is using Providence School of Tifton for His glory. In the midst of what could’ve been a heart wrenching message about why God allows evil, I was reminded that this world is only a temporary holding place. We have a limited time here and how we spend every single day matters. Will we spend it in joyful pursuit of knowing Him, or will the things of this world overtake us? Will we put every ounce of our energy into completing the work that He has given us with excellence because we are completing it for our Lord, or will we fall prey to the approval of man?
Providence School of Tifton exist to help every child fulfill the mission that their Father has sent them to the earth to fulfill (Col. 1:28). But our mission doesn’t stop there. As our students are taught how to think critically about every part of our universe, their parents will also be transformed. Their parents will then go into their workplace and share the truths that their children are learning with their friends, coworkers, and boss. These people will then take it home to their families and friends and it will continue to spread throughout our community until every life has been reached and every soul has been transformed for the glory of God.
At Providence, Christ is preeminent. He is in all and through all; from the start of our day at morning assembly and the detailed study of each subject to the lunchroom tables and end-of-day prayers.
We believe in assisting parents to build strong minds, soft hearts, and rich souls in our students. We understand that the seven hours a day a child is with us has an incredible impact on who they will become as 40-, 50-, and 60-year-old men and women. That is why when you, the parent, delegates the authority to us to educate your child Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM we take our job seriously.
I encourage you to explore our website, email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, and pray about being a part of the family at Providence for the 2020 school year. If you are ready, apply on Friday, November 15, and begin your journey to a better education for generations. We look forward to working together for His glory!
Soli deo Gloria!
Head of School