Faculty and Staff

We are proud and thankful to be able serve your children alongside this wonderful team of educators and administrators.

Bret Billman

Bret Billman

Head of School

Bret Billman has been the Head of School since 2011. He and his amazing wife Sarah, have a son, Maddox, and a daughter, Olivia, who both attend Providence. The son of two educators, Bret grew up in Wichita, Kansas and attended Baylor University, where he received a BA and an MA in English Literature. Following graduate school, Bret worked at North Side High School in Fort Worth from 2006 to 2011. At North Side, he taught Advanced Placement English, served as department chair, and held the Chase Chair for Teaching Excellence in Secondary English. At Providence, he has taught various levels of English and Logic, and continues to enjoy leading the school-wide Morning Chapel. Over the years, he has developed a passion for supporting family discipleship, and he leads a cyclical four-year program for students and parents to grow in their understanding of Scripture. He loves working with Providence teachers, students, and parents, and finds himself overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity to serve in this position. Bret enjoys learning new things with his kids, playing board games, rooting on the Baylor Bears, shooting hoops, reading, and multiple other hobbies and interests that seem to change with the seasons. He lives in Temple and worships at Temple Bible Church with his family.

Annette Kemp

Annette Kemp

Assistant Head of School

Annette Kemp is married to Mark, whom she met her first week at UMHB. She graduated with a degree in Elementary Education and taught in Copperas Cove ISD for several years before her oldest daughter was born. After being a stay-at-home mom for 13 years, Mrs. Kemp helped establish the Copperas Cove location of the Hope Pregnancy Center and served as its Director for 8 years. She and Mark are blessed by their relationships with their two precious daughters, Kara and Kayla. Annette and her family attend First Baptist Church of Copperas Cove where Mark serves as Pastor.

Colleen Stafford

Colleen Stafford

Campus Coordinator

After Bible college, Colleen Stafford began a career taking her from missionary work in India and Germany to dental office management in Temple, TX.   She and her husband John have two children, who are fiercely proud Providence alumni. When she has spare time, she enjoys reading, knitting, and the New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzle. The Staffords attend Temple Bible Church.

Shannon Morrison

Shannon Morrison

Director of Operations

Shannon Morrison is the Director of Operations and Community Engagement and handles the school's financial reporting and forecasting.  Shannon has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University in Spanish.  She and her husband, Josh, served on the initial launch team that founded the school, and Shannon served as president of the Board of Directors from 2010-2017.  Shannon and her husband, Josh, have five children all at Providence and worship at Temple Bible Church.

Christy Jackson

Christy Jackson

Office Assistant

Christy is married to Eric Jackson and they have three active boys, Davis, Asa, and Bennett, who all attend Providence.  Christy received her bachelors degree in Social Work with a minor in Psychology from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.  Christy worked in the social work field as a case worker for 5 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom when her oldest son was born.  Christy now enjoys working at Providence part-time and homeschooling her boys on her days off.  Christy enjoys singing, running, drinking coffee, and spending time with family.

Lynsey Patrick

Lynsey Patrick

AP and Testing Coordinator

Lynsey Patrick graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in Speech Communication/Public Relations. She is married to Bryan, and they have four children. Lynsey spent many years working in various roles at the state capitol in Austin, then moved to San Antonio for several years to help plant a church through the Anglican Mission. Bryan is an Anglican priest as well as an attorney. Lynsey enjoys reading, travel, spending time kayaking and hiking, hanging out with her pack of rowdy children, and continually exploring life. Her newest learning experience involves dabbling in raising various farm animals and country life, which she never would have predicted during her decades of city living. Lynsey enjoys working at the school because of the energy, idealism, and supportive Christian environment. The Patricks worship at First Baptist Belton.

Miranda Lehmann

Miranda Lehmann

Grammar Math Department Chair and Remote Learning Coordinator

Miranda Lehmann holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education from the University of Tennessee, and she is certified in regular and special education. She married her high school sweetheart, Brian, and has been blessed with two amazing children, Eli and Kiley. Miranda taught in a public school for several years before staying home with her children. During this time, she taught at a small church school, led Bible studies, and continued to take college courses. She began teaching First Grade at Providence in 2012, and now also serves as the Grammar School math chair. Miranda has always loved teaching and has a passion for academic excellence.  She considers it a joy and privilege to be educating young children, and finds that there is no greater delight than to see a hunger for learning in an young child.  Miranda’s family worships at Grace Baptist in Salado.

Christine Baird

Christine Baird

Director of Admissions

Christine Baird is married to her wonderful husband, Drew, an Army physician, and they are blessed to have three children, Zachary and Hannah, both students at Providence, and their youngest daughter, Adelyn. Christine graduated with a B.S. in Biology and English from Tulane University, earned her M.D. from Tulane School of Medicine, and completed residency in Family Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia. Although she no longer practices clinical medicine, she is grateful for the experiences her training afforded her, for the preparation of a lifetime of learning, and for the privilege of passing that love of knowledge to her children at home. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and spending time with family and friends. She and her family worship at Temple Bible Church.

Eric Jackson

Eric Jackson

Athletic Director

Eric is married to Christy Jackson, and they have three active boys - Davis, Asa, and Bennett - who all attend Providence. Eric received a bachelors degree in Exercise and Sports Science and then a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor where he also played intercollegiate basketball. Athletics has always been important to Eric, and he feels competing in sports builds an array of skills and is a great way to honor the Lord and to show gratitude for the gifts and talents He has given us. In his spare time, Eric enjoys running, coaching his boys, watching sports, and spending time with family.

Sarah Billman

Sarah Billman

Kindergarten

Sarah Billman is married to Bret, and they have two sweet children, Maddox and Olivia. She enjoys cooking, gardening, reading and spending quality time with friends and family. Sarah completed her bachelors degree in Child and Family Development with a minor in Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University. Her career has centered around children, first as a case manager and foster home developer, then as a teacher (first pre-school then Kindergarten), and most recently as her church's school-age children's ministry coordinator. Mrs. Billman says, "I love teaching Kindergarten because the kids are filled with wonder and amazement as they explore and discover new things about the world around them. Teaching a child to read is a priceless experience and one of the biggest privileges a teacher can have. I'm excited to share the joys of educating these Kindergartners with the people who care most about them...their parents!"

Molly Bohmfalk

Molly Bohmfalk

Kindergarten

Molly Bohmfalk and her husband Matt have two children, Abby and Josiah, who both attend Providence. Molly is a graduate of Trinity University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and UT Southwestern Medical Center with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. She worked as a physical therapist for five years before staying at home when her daughter was born. She is looking forward to the privilege of sharing the joy of learning with her students. Molly and her family attend Temple Bible Church. She enjoys reading, roller coasters, and the great outdoors.

Bonnie Bonstead

Bonnie Bonstead

First Grade

Bonnie Bonstead is a graduate of The University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She is married to Eric, and they have three children: Luke, Claire, and Lilly. She taught kindergarten and first grade for seven years before staying home with her children. She loves cooking, running, and spending time with her friends and family. Bonnie loves teaching children and is excited for the privilege to work with the students and parents of Providence. Bonnie and her family worship at Temple Bible Church.

Victoria Colyer

Victoria Colyer

First Grade

Victoria Colyer was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She is a graduate of Liberty University, earning her masters in Religion & Global Studies. Victoria earned her undergraduate degrees from the Baptist University of the Americas. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological and an AA in Cross-Cultural Studies. Victoria has experience working with children in BISD and KISD. She is married to Brian Colyer and they have one daughter, Samantha. Currently, SFC Colyer is serving his fifth tour for the US Army overseas. Together, they serve in many areas of ministry at their local church and own their own business. They enjoy hiking with their dog Gizmo. Victoria‘s hobbies are geocaching, writing, reading, archery, cooking, and baking. She feels blessed to be a part of our Providence community.

Beth Gardner

Beth Gardner

P.E.

Beth Gardner, owner of Heart of Texas Gymnastics located in Temple, Texas since 1999 fell in love with the sport of gymnastics as a recreational gymnast from the age of 3 years old. She began teaching PE at Providence in 2016. She has an extensive background specializing in preschool, recreational and special needs gymnastics. Beth has been a national, international and private clinician since 1997. She has served as a National Instructor for USA Gymnastics, presenting at state, regional and national congresses, and served as one of the National Instructors for USA Gymnastics Kinder Accreditation for Teachers (KAT,) USA Gymnastics Movement Development and Lesson Plan Development (MELPD,) and currently serves as a National Instructor for the USA Gymnastics Preschool Fundamentals, Hands-on Training and the USA Gymnastics Hands-on Training for School-Aged courses for preschool and recreational gymnastics, the USA Gymnastics Brain and Body course, and the USA Gymnastics M200 Men’s Course. Her background also includes volunteering and coaching children and adults with special needs within her program as well as through Special Olympics, Discover Fitness Foundation and other private organizations. Her newest passion is for researching ways to address special needs in the gymnastics environment and utilizing gymnastics to affect positive changes for those with disabilities. She has three children, Robert, Daniel and Melissa and she is a 1983 graduate of Texas
A&M University.

Mitch Hedderly

Mitch Hedderly

P.E.

Mitch Hedderly graduated from UT Arlington in 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts in German. Mitch's post-undergraduate work involved some flying of Army helicopters in one of the more dusty parts of the world (Iraq), while his adoring wife, Mandy, always awaited his returns with tremendous longing. Mitch left active duty in 2009 to pursue a career in education. He acquired a Texas general teaching certification for pre-K through 6th, and later certified as a 6th through 12th German teacher. Mitch left a 5th grade teaching position with BISD in 2012 to focus more on their children's homeschooling. He and Mandy are proud parents to two boys (Kyler and Karsten) and two girls (Kylie Anne and Kiersten) and are both avid "CrossFitters." Shortly after Mitch started at Providence as the P.E. teacher, he branched into Latin and logic instruction and founded the school's CrossFit affiliated kids' program for logic/rhetoric students.

Tasha Heisch

Tasha Heisch

Third Grade

Tasha Heisch is honored to be part of the Providence faculty. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Baylor University, she taught for 4 years before her children were born. After that, she stayed busy by fulfilling her call to educate her children at home. Now she considers it a privilege and a blessing to partner with parents in educating their children through Providence. Tasha is married to her husband, Rory, and they have 3 children. You can usually find them working on their farm, where they raise goats, chickens, and honeybees. They worship at Temple Bible Church.

Margaret Kiesle

Margaret Kiesle

Fourth Grade Language Arts

Margaret Kiesle began her teaching career at the age of two when her sister was born! From those nascent experiences she progressed to  “playing school” in her backyard with her siblings and neighbors. Naturally it followed for Margaret to study education at Indiana University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Elementary Education. Although Margaret taught in public schools for three years, the delight of her career was home educating her four children through high school. Once her children had graduated, Margaret was eager for new educational opportunities and began teaching Fourth Grade and Latin A during the inaugural year of Providence. Her passion is to introduce, ignite, and inspire students with the magnificence of God as revealed in the awesome gift of language in the Bible, His written Word, and in the person of Jesus Christ, the living Word. Margaret joyfully praises God for creating her to teach and for allowing her to spend her entire life doing what she loves!

Jennifer Madrid

Jennifer Madrid

Fourth Grade History

Jennifer Madrid has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with a specialization in Generic Special Education from Angelo State University. She formerly taught students with learning differences at the Elementary level in Killeen ISD and Temple ISD for 4 years and taught 4th grade for a year at a private Christian school before homeschooling her own children for 7 years prior to joining the Providence family. As a Providence teacher, she has taught history in 1st, 3rd, and 4th grade. She especially enjoys teaching history with the aim of instilling a love of learning about how God is weaving “His story” in the history of mankind. She shares in the wonder and excitement of her students as they make connections, learn valuable lessons, and begin to recognize, appreciate, and participate in the beauty, goodness, and truth we find as we study the history of God’s world, and as we ourselves become a part of His epic story. Outside of teaching, she enjoys time with her children, Abby (a Providence alumnus), Luke, and Mia (both current Providence students), as well as reading and ministry on behalf of preborn children and their parents.

Christy Porterfield

Christy Porterfield

Fourth Grade Math and Science

Christy Porterfield is married to her best friend, Russell. They have been blessed with two adventurous boys, Caleb and Joshua. She is a graduate of the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a BA degree in Elementary Education specializing in reading. She has always had a love for teaching and grew up teaching her brother and sister. She taught in the public school for 4 years. Upon the arrival of her firstborn, she was blessed to at stay home where the Lord gave her an excitement for homeschooling. She loves to come alongside co-teachers and their children and rejoice in watching the Lord grow them in character, their love for learning, and their realization of how the Lord provides for them. She enjoys reading, gardening, and exploring God's beautiful creation with her family.

Jen Riddle

Jen Riddle

Art

Jen Riddle was born and raised in Beaumont, TX. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Marketing, she served as a missionary in Thailand for three years. She is married to her best friend, Jake, who works at The Austin Stone Community Church. Jen loves being a teacher at Providence where she is able to help students see that Jesus Christ is at the center of all things. Her ambition is aimed at opening the eyes of her students to behold the wonder of Christ through the beauty of art. When Jen is not teaching, you can find her enjoying calligraphy, watercolor painting, baking, gardening, and traveling with her husband and Goldendoodle Murphy.

Daena Rowe

Daena Rowe

Third Grade

Daena Rowe is married to Daniel and they have two children, Norah and Adam, who both attend Providence. Daena graduated from The University of Mary Hardin- Baylor in 2008 with a degree in music education. Since then she has taught music in both public schools and here at Providence. She also teaches piano lessons in her home. The Rowes attend Grace Salado Church and in their spare time they enjoy watching the Astros.

Noelle Ruzicka

Noelle Ruzicka

First Grade

Mrs. Ruzicka received her Master’s of Theology with a concentration in Missions from George W. Truett Seminary at Baylor University and her Bachelor’s in Education from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. After teaching for 11 years, in a mix of classical and public education, Noelle joined the staff of First Baptist Church in Belton as the Curriculum Administrator for Church Weekday Ministry and the Kingdom Kids Director, where she continues to serve in the children’s education department. She loves teaching first grade and finds it rewarding to see the incredible accomplishments of children learning to read and gaining the foundation skills of math. She is married to Micah, and they are blessed with two boys, Jayson and Jude. They enjoy as a family going to the lake, hiking trails, playing tennis and swimming. Noelle is excited to begin her journey this year at Providence. As a mother and teacher, she looks forward to the blessed opportunity of partnering with parents to develop the spiritual and academic growth in precious minds.

Penny Seiler

Penny Seiler

Second Grade

Penny Seiler has worked in the field of education for thirty years. After retiring from the Belton School System, she joined the Providence team where she is currently teaching second grade. Penny and her husband Paul have been blessed with two sons, Corey and Taylor. Both are grown and pursuing careers in construction science and law. They also have a beautiful daughter-in- law, Kori, who also works in the field of elementary education. Penny and Paul worship at Temple Bible Church.

Kathryn Smith

Kathryn Smith

Second Grade

Kathryn Smith has taught 2nd Grade at Providence since 2013. She has a passion for children, and she feels blessed to be a part of this community and school.  A graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University, Kathryn received a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. God has gifted her with teaching skills that she has used in many ways over the years.  Her teaching experiences include public school, home school, and serving as Children's Minister at a local church. Kathryn is excited about the opportunity to work alongside parents in supporting them in their role as educator, both academically and spiritually. Kathryn and her husband, Glen, and their three daughters, served as medical missionaries in Kenya, East Africa during the years the children were growing up. Glen and Kathryn worship together at First Baptist Church in Belton.

Shari Smitherman

Shari Smitherman

Kindergarten

Shari Smitherman is a graduate of the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She grew up in Baytown but has been in Central Texas for 35 years. She has been a Gifted and Talented and Dyslexia Coordinator and taught regular education in kindergarten thru 4th grade at Belton ISD, Cameron ISD, and Rogers ISD for the past 33 years. She is excited about the opportunity to teach at Providence. She loves teaching kindergarten because the students are excited about learning, and teaching a child to read is such a joy. Shari and her husband, Joe, have 3 wonderful children, Joshua,26, Jacob,23, and Peyton Grace,15. They also have a sweet daughter-in-law, Jesika, who is a 4th grade teacher. Joshua and Jesika are expecting their first son in May 2021. Shari and her family worship together at Vista Community Church.

Tonita Stovall

Tonita Stovall

Pre-K

Tonita Stovall is certified to teach secondary family and consumer sciences, and early childhood education. She has fifteen years experience working in a variety of early childhood development and education occupations, and eleven years experience teaching at a private Christian school prior to joining the faculty at Providence in the fall of 2011. Tonita is married to Daniel Stovall and has three adult children. Her two sons are married, so she has two daughters-in-law. Her family members are active at the Northside Church of Christ where Daniel serves as an elder. Tonita enjoys reading, fitness walking and baking. She considers it an honor and blessing to be teaching PreK at Providence.

Paula Wilson

Paula Wilson

Dyslexia Therapist

Paula Wilson is a Certified Academic Language Therapist and a Licensed Dyslexia Therapist with 34 years of experience in the public school setting with most of those years teaching reading and practicing dyslexia therapy in Temple ISD. She is currently retired; however, she is continuing her love of teaching by practicing private dyslexia therapy in Temple. When she isn’t teaching, she spends time playing tennis and golf and enjoying her many hobbies. She is married to Bill Wilson, they have four children and five grandchildren. They are members of Grace Presbyterian Church.

Rebecca Cagle

Rebecca Cagle

Fifth and Sixth Grade History and Science

Rebecca Cagle has been married to her best friend Kevin for 27 years. They have two sons, Luke and Philip. Rebecca graduated from Belton High, and then attended UMHB where she received her Elementary Education degree. She taught Kindergarten at Miller Heights in Belton for 6 years. She resigned from Miller Heights to stay at home with her sons, homeschooling them until they were in the 5th & 6th grades. She enjoys reading (especially history & Bible related), cooking, and hanging out with family. They worship at Temple Bible Church where they have worked with the youth and served overseas on short-term missions.

Mitch Hedderly

Mitch Hedderly

P.E.

Mitch Hedderly graduated from UT Arlington in 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts in German. Mitch's post-undergraduate work involved some flying of Army helicopters in one of the more dusty parts of the world (Iraq), while his adoring wife, Mandy, always awaited his returns with tremendous longing. Mitch left active duty in 2009 to pursue a career in education. He acquired a Texas general teaching certification for pre-K through 6th, and later certified as a 6th through 12th German teacher. Mitch left a 5th grade teaching position with BISD in 2012 to focus more on their children's homeschooling. He and Mandy are proud parents to two boys (Kyler and Karsten) and two girls (Kylie Anne and Kiersten) and are both avid "CrossFitters." Shortly after Mitch started at Providence as the P.E. teacher, he branched into Latin and logic instruction and founded the school's CrossFit affiliated kids' program for logic/rhetoric students.

Margaret Kiesle

Margaret Kiesle

Latin A

Margaret Kiesle began her teaching career at the age of two when her sister was born! From those nascent experiences she progressed to  “playing school” in her backyard with her siblings and neighbors. Naturally it followed for Margaret to study education at Indiana University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Elementary Education. Although Margaret taught in public schools for three years, the delight of her career was home educating her four children through high school. Once her children had graduated, Margaret was eager for new educational opportunities and began teaching Fourth Grade and Latin A during the inaugural year of Providence. Her passion is to introduce, ignite, and inspire students with the magnificence of God as revealed in the awesome gift of language in the Bible, His written Word, and in the person of Jesus Christ, the living Word. Margaret joyfully praises God for creating her to teach and for allowing her to spend her entire life doing what she loves!

Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore

Fifth Grade Math and Science

Jennifer grew up in a small west Texas town where she learned to drive a tractor before she drove a car. She graduated from Angelo State University with a BA in business management. It was there that she met her amazing husband of 14 years. They have 2 boys that keep them busy, and they wouldn’t want it any other way! She worked for Citibank as a financial analyst for 3 years before she stayed home to raise her boys. She began to homeschool in 2015 and then in 2018 made the transition to Providence. She joined the amazing staff as an instructional aide in 2019, and began teaching Sixth Grade in Fall of 2020. She is so glad to be part of the Providence family!

Jen Riddle

Jen Riddle

Art

Jen Riddle was born and raised in Beaumont, TX. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Marketing, she served as a missionary in Thailand for three years. She is married to her best friend, Jake, who works at The Austin Stone Community Church. Jen loves being a teacher at Providence where she is able to help students see that Jesus Christ is at the center of all things. Her ambition is aimed at opening the eyes of her students to behold the wonder of Christ through the beauty of art. When Jen is not teaching, you can find her enjoying calligraphy, watercolor painting, baking, gardening, and traveling with her husband and Goldendoodle Murphy.

Courtney Robinson

Courtney Robinson

Fifth Grade English

Courtney Robinson has a degree in English and Psychology from Texas A&M University as well as a Master's Degree in Christian Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary. She spent nine years homeschooling her own children and five teaching grammar and composition in a local homeschool group before coming to Providence.  She's never met a sentence she didn't want to diagram, and she loves teaching poetry to young people.  She and her husband, Heath, have three sons and a daughter. They love seeing Christ's lordship over all things and worshiping with their brothers and sisters in Christ at Redeemer PCA.

Amy Rognlie

Amy Rognlie

Sixth Grade English

Amy Rognlie is a graduate of Colorado Christian University. She is licensed to teach Middle School Language Arts and Elementary Education and has taught at both public and private schools over the last fourteen years. Amy is thrilled to begin her seventh year at Providence and is looking forward to sharing her love of literature and language with her students. Amy is also an author and recently finished writing her eighth novel. She enjoys public speaking and blogs regularly on devotional topics. Amy and her husband, Greg, have three grown sons and one sweet granddaughter, Lacey.

Lisa Almond

Lisa Almond

Music

Lisa Almond studied music at Baylor University, concentrating in Music Education and Academic Music Studies.  As a vocalist, Lisa performed with several of the Baylor choirs including the University’s premiere show choir, Showtime!  Lisa also spent many years singing in the worship ensemble at her church.  As one of the founding families of Providence, Lisa and her husband, Brad, have been a part of Providence from the very beginning. They have served the school in a variety of ways during this time, and now Lisa is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve in the classroom.  Lisa has a deep and abiding love of singing and of choral music (especially sacred choral music) that is simultaneously joyful, fun-loving, and reverent.  She hopes to impart all of this to her students as she teaches them to hear, appreciate, and perform beautiful music.  The Almond family is a very musical bunch, and their home is often filled with the sounds of hymn singing or of someone practicing the piano, drums, or guitar.  In her spare time, Lisa can often be found reading a novel by Jane Austen or Dorothy Sayers, or in the kitchen brewing a fresh pot of tea and baking scones. Lisa and Brad have three children, Keylon, Rowan, and Penelope.  The Almond family worships at Grace Bible Church in Killeen.

Stacie Dietsch

Stacie Dietsch

Eighth Grade English

Mrs. Stacie Dietsch earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Justice & Policy Studies (double major) from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC and an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. While at RTS, she met her husband, Peter Dietsch, now a church planter in Killeen and an Army Reserve Chaplain stationed at Ft. Hood.  The Dietsches have been active in ministry for over 20 years and have four children.  They have had the privilege of homeschooling their children since 2004.  Stacie has been active in the homeschool communities in GA, NJ, and Midland, TX.  In Midland, she served on the board of GECO homeschool co-op for two years and was a lead teacher.  Their older two sons are entering their junior years in college (Belhaven University and Grove City College).  Lydia (senior) and Titus (freshman) will be entering as new students at Providence this fall.  Some lesser known facts about Mrs. Dietsch:
She spent two months in Mexico City, Mexico serving as a student short-term missionary.  She has also been a short-term missionary in Moscow, Russia and Baden, Austria.  Mrs. Dietsch is musically talented and plays guitar, sings and writes her own songs.  She was a camp counselor for the YMCA in Raleigh, NC.  She has led women's, youth, and children's ministries and has worked with the homeless in Greensboro, NC, Pensacola, FL, and Orlando, FL.  She loves the Lord, her family, people, music, good literature & poetry, theological discussions, and good food.

Cherie Flanagan

Cherie Flanagan

Pre-Algebra

Cherie Flanagan is a graduate from Baylor University, Waco, TX with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She taught elementary and middle school math for 6 years at Waco Baptist Academy and classically homeschooled her two boys, Ryan and Timothy, until the the family joined Providence in 2011. She has taught Pre-Algebra at Providence since that time. Math is her favorite subject to teach, and she genuinely enjoys working a juicy calculus problem. Cherie is married to Tim Flanagan and they live in Salado where they own a portrait studio called Solas Gallery. Cherie and her family worship at Grace Bible Church in Killeen.

Cathy Gay

Cathy Gay

History
Cathy Gay graduated from Texas A&M University (‘94) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. Before she and her husband started their family, Cathy taught elementary school in Austin and Belton ISDs. When the time came for her oldest daughter to go to school, Cathy & her husband, Lance, decided to homeschool, as they believed they had been the primary teachers for their daughters up to that point and that the Lord would equip them to teach academics as well. Cathy enjoyed homeschooling her daughters; during that time, Cathy and her girls participated in Helping Hands Homeschool Co-op, Classical Conversations, and Tapestry of Grace Co-op. Now, Cathy and two of her daughters are at Providence (the oldest attends Stephen F. Austin State University). They all enjoy the blend of home days and school days. While not at school, Cathy loves being with her family, watching movies, traveling, and laughing as much as possible. God is so good!
Mitch Hedderly

Mitch Hedderly

P.E./CrossFit and Logic

Mitch Hedderly graduated from UT Arlington in 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts in German. Mitch's post-undergraduate work involved some flying of Army helicopters in one of the more dusty parts of the world (Iraq), while his adoring wife, Mandy, always awaited his returns with tremendous longing. Mitch left active duty in 2009 to pursue a career in education. He acquired a Texas general teaching certification for pre-K through 6th, and later certified as a 6th through 12th German teacher. Mitch left a 5th grade teaching position with BISD in 2012 to focus more on their children's homeschooling. He and Mandy are proud parents to two boys (Kyler and Karsten) and two girls (Kylie Anne and Kiersten) and are both avid "CrossFitters." Shortly after Mitch started at Providence as the P.E. teacher, he branched into Latin and logic instruction and founded the school's CrossFit affiliated kids' program for logic/rhetoric students.

Tammy Null

Tammy Null

Pre-Algebra

Tammy Null grew up in a small town in central Wisconsin, but joined the Navy while in college and spent 9 years as a Hospital Corpsman. Today she is happily married for over 27 years to her husband, Dave, a retired Army Veteran. She and her husband have two grown children, and are looking forward to being grandparents in the next few years. Tammy graduated from St. Martins University in Lacey, Washington with a BA in Psychology in 2001. She received her teaching certification for grades 4-8 in the state of Texas in 2010, with emphasis in Science and Math. Tammy taught Middle school for five years in El Paso, Texas, teaching mostly math, which is her “love and passion”! She and her husband moved to central Texas in 2016 and started building their “forever” home in Salado in 2017. Since coming to central Texas, Tammy worked with the before and after school care and teen centers on Fort Hood as a Training Specialist. Tammy is very excited to be teaching again, and looks forward to helping students navigate through math concepts. She and her husband are actively involved with Chapel Next on Fort Hood.

Jen Riddle

Jen Riddle

Art

Jen Riddle was born and raised in Beaumont, TX. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a BBA in Marketing, she served as a missionary in Thailand for three years. She is married to her best friend, Jake, who works at The Austin Stone Community Church. Jen loves being a teacher at Providence where she is able to help students see that Jesus Christ is at the center of all things. Her ambition is aimed at opening the eyes of her students to behold the wonder of Christ through the beauty of art. When Jen is not teaching, you can find her enjoying calligraphy, watercolor painting, baking, gardening, and traveling with her husband and Goldendoodle Murphy.

Amy Rognlie

Amy Rognlie

Seventh Grade English

Amy Rognlie is a graduate of Colorado Christian University. She is licensed to teach Middle School Language Arts and Elementary Education and has taught at both public and private schools over the last fourteen years. Amy is thrilled to begin her seventh year at Providence and is looking forward to sharing her love of literature and language with her students. Amy is also an author and recently finished writing her eighth novel. She enjoys public speaking and blogs regularly on devotional topics. Amy and her husband, Greg, have three grown sons and one sweet granddaughter, Lacey.

Harriett Stallings

Harriett Stallings

Earth Science and Physical Science

Harriett Stallings is a graduate from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio with Bachelor of Science in Education degree and a minor in Natural Sciences. After college, she taught at the middle school grade level in several different fields of science including, Life Science, Physics, Chemistry, and Earth and Space Science. After five years of teaching, she decided to become a stay at home mom and home-school her two children. During her 7 years of homeschooling, Harriett taught several classes at the Helping Hands Co-op at Temple Bible Church. She is married to her best friend, Jeremy, and they live in Little River-Academy with their two amazing kids, Gillian and Harrison. In her spare time, she loves to travel, read, cook, and tap dance. She worships at Grace Bible Church in Killeen. Harriett believes that God's world, our home, is fascinating and exciting to learn about. She loves being a teacher at Providence Preparatory School where she is passionate about helping her students to love and appreciate the beauty of God's creation, our planet, our home.

Tina Winters

Tina Winters

Math

Tina Winters graduated from North Texas University with a BBA. More than a decade later, she attended UMHB and completed the coursework necessary to certify to teach. She taught various mathematics courses at Belton High School during the next 23 years. While at BHS, she met and married her husband. They have two grown children and too many dogs. Joining the faculty of Providence in 2018 has been one of her greatest blessings. Tina enjoys watercolor painting, reading, and gardening during her free time.


Brad Almond

Brad Almond

Geometry

Brad Almond grew up the son of a military chaplain, so he is both a preacher's kid and a military brat. Brad and his lovely wife Lisa have three children: Keylon, Rowan, and Penelope. Brad's journey toward classical education is a long and circuitous one. A product of 10 different public schools growing up, Brad finally "settled down" to earn a degree in music from Baylor University in 1995, after which time he swore never to set foot in a university again. However, in the years that followed Brad saw his hunger for learning awaken, and alongside it a keen frustration that his formal education had not provided him with the ability to think and reason as his favorite authors (C.S. Lewis being one) seemed to be able to do so effortlessly. Several years into graduate school Brad began to read about classical education, and became convinced that this was the essential piece his education had been missing. Needless to say, he is now a passionate advocate for classical learning, and is eager to impart this love to the next generation of students. Brad also holds an M.B.A. from Baylor University and a Ph.D. from Boston College, and is an associate professor of management at Texas A&M University-Central Texas.

Stephen Alston

Stephen Alston

Government and Humanities

Stephen Alston is a graduate of both the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton and Baylor University in Waco. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor/double major in History, and a Master of Arts in Church-State Studies. His passion for integrating concepts from subjects across the curriculum drew him to the classical approach to education. He enjoys reading a good book, listening to music and lectures, and writing poetry. He worships with his family at Temple Bible Church in Temple.

Carol Brown

Carol Brown

Humanities, Bible, and Latin

Carol Brown graduated from Texas Christian University in 1981 with a B.S. in home economics with an emphasis in child development. She is certified in both vocational and early childhood education. After college she worked for the Salvation Army in Fort Worth coordinating after-school and summer care programs for disadvantaged youth. Shortly after her marriage, Carol and her husband Eric became discouraged that so many Christians were seemingly ignorant of the purposes of education and the nature of a truly Biblical view of learning. The two of them decided to homeschool even before their children were born, and right away began going to educational workshops. Carol became increasingly excited about giving her children an education rich in beautiful words and noble ideas that spark wonder at the glory of God. Along the way, she began to discover classical education and soon set about the difficult tasks of teaching herself Latin and re-thinking the methodology she learned in college. Carol has been homeschooling for eighteen years. Her approach to homeschooling integrates the principles of classical education with those of 19th-century educator Charlotte Mason. For several years Carol taught humanities and elementary Latin to local homeschooled students. Carol joined the launch team for Providence, and was one of the original logic and rhetoric school teachers.

Jeff Browning

Jeff Browning

Chemistry

Jeff Browning has a B.S. degree in chemistry and biophysics from Trinity University, a M.S. in biophysical and biochemical sciences from the University of Houston, and a Ph.D. in Medical Sciences. His career has focused on neuroscience, and, in particular, the biochemical basis of brain function. He has been awarded several grants and has published multiple peer-reviewed manuscripts. Jeff is a professor at Texas A&M medical school but has taught chemistry at the college level off and on part-time for more than 30 years, most recently at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. This allows the opportunity for Providence students to perform experiments in UMHB labs. He has taught chemistry at Providence since 2012, the first year it was offered. Jeff enjoys gardening and cooking.

Doug Claybrook

Doug Claybrook

Choir and English

Dr. J. Douglas Claybrook received his BM in Music Composition from Wheaton College; his MM in Music Theory/Church Music from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; and his Ph.D. in Music Theory from the University of Texas at Austin. For over 27 years, he worked at Baylor University as a Senior Lecturer in Music Theory. During that time, he taught the entire sequence of five theory and four sight singing/ear training courses multiple times. Additionally, he taught music appreciation, a graduate seminar in the analysis of rock music, choral arranging, and private composition lessons. He is an experienced pianist, and over the course of four decades has accompanied many choral performances, as well as numerous student and faculty voice and instrumental recitals. He currently works as a freelance accompanist at UMHB and serves as the pianist at First Baptist Church in Salado, Texas. He also teaches private piano lessons at the UMHB Conservatory. Dr. Claybrook has many years of experience directing choirs; in addition to community and church choirs, he directed the Baylor Women’s Choir for three years. He is a published choral music composer, and his compositions have been performed numerous times by church, high school, and college choirs.

Carla Hahn Clardy

Carla Hahn Clardy

English

Carla Hahn Clardy is an Adjunct Professor of English and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. She has more than 30 years’ experience in the writing, editing, and education fields. She holds two master’s degrees: one in applied linguistics from Texas A&M–Commerce, the
other in medieval spirituality from the University of Dallas. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Dallas, graduating magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. She has been happily married to her high school sweetheart, Dr. James Mark Clardy, for 34 years. They have five grown children –– Anna-Maria, Eve Elise, Alexander, Benjamin, and James –– and two dogs, a basset-lab mix and a piebald dachshund. Carla and her husband live in Temple and are active members of St. Luke Catholic Church. They are avid travelers, making frequent trips across the country and abroad. In her free time, she likes to sit by her pool and read, play with her dogs, and hike –– especially in Colorado at Rocky Mountain National Park, which she thinks is the world’s most heavenly place.

Stacie Dietsch

Stacie Dietsch

Logic

Mrs. Stacie Dietsch earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Justice & Policy Studies (double major) from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC and an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. While at RTS, she met her husband, Peter Dietsch, now a church planter in Killeen and an Army Reserve Chaplain stationed at Ft. Hood.  The Dietsches have been active in ministry for over 20 years and have four children.  They have had the privilege of homeschooling their children since 2004.  Stacie has been active in the homeschool communities in GA, NJ, and Midland, TX.  In Midland, she served on the board of GECO homeschool co-op for two years and was a lead teacher.  Their older two sons are entering their junior years in college (Belhaven University and Grove City College).  Lydia (senior) and Titus (freshman) will be entering as new students at Providence this fall.  Some lesser known facts about Mrs. Dietsch:
She spent two months in Mexico City, Mexico serving as a student short-term missionary.  She has also been a short-term missionary in Moscow, Russia and Baden, Austria.  Mrs. Dietsch is musically talented and plays guitar, sings and writes her own songs.  She was a camp counselor for the YMCA in Raleigh, NC.  She has led women's, youth, and children's ministries and has worked with the homeless in Greensboro, NC, Pensacola, FL, and Orlando, FL.  She loves the Lord, her family, people, music, good literature & poetry, theological discussions, and good food.

Lauren Glenn

Lauren Glenn

AP English Literature IV

Lauren Glenn has a Ph.D. in English/Film and Media Studies from the University of Florida. She has been teaching literature, composition, and film courses for more than 16 years and has been teaching at Providence since 2014. Her academic research focuses on WWII films, and her favorite subject to teach is American Literature. Lauren is married to Chris Glenn. The Glenns’ daughter, Madison, graduated from Providence in 2019 and their son, Zeke, still attends Providence. Lauren’s favorite thing about Providence is the community that is fostered between teachers, students, and co-teachers.

Mitch Hedderly

Mitch Hedderly

P.E./CrossFit

Mitch Hedderly graduated from UT Arlington in 2002 with a Bachelors of Arts in German. Mitch's post-undergraduate work involved some flying of Army helicopters in one of the more dusty parts of the world (Iraq), while his adoring wife, Mandy, always awaited his returns with tremendous longing. Mitch left active duty in 2009 to pursue a career in education. He acquired a Texas general teaching certification for pre-K through 6th, and later certified as a 6th through 12th German teacher. Mitch left a 5th grade teaching position with BISD in 2012 to focus more on their children's homeschooling. He and Mandy are proud parents to two boys (Kyler and Karsten) and two girls (Kylie Anne and Kiersten) and are both avid "CrossFitters." Shortly after Mitch started at Providence as the P.E. teacher, he branched into Latin and logic instruction and founded the school's CrossFit affiliated kids' program for logic/rhetoric students.

Abril Hower

Abril Hower

Spanish

Abril Hower has a B.A. in Theology. She studied at Puebla Bible Seminary in Puebla, Mexico, where she met and married her husband, Jody. In 1998 they joined CAM International and started the Koinonia Camp and Conference Center in Amealco, Queretaro, Mexico. In 2008 they returned to Temple and got involved with Hispanic ministries while attending Temple Bible Church. In 2014 they joined Leadership Development International and moved to China. During their time there, Abril had the opportunity to teach high school Spanish at the International School of Qingdao. In the summer of 2019, Abril and her family moved back to Temple. Their son, Anthony, is a
freshman in college, and their daughter, Tiffany, is a high school freshman.

Erin Jeanes

Erin Jeanes

Biology and Advanced Biology

Erin Jeanes was born and raised in Temple, Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her graduate degree is a Master of Science in Nursing from UMHB. During her career, she has worked as a registered nurse in NICU, oncology, research, post-partum and women’s health. She is currently licensed by the state of Texas as a Family Nurse Practitioner. After several years working at a local family practice clinic, Erin is now thrilled to bring her love for science to the students of Providence. She has been a co teacher at Providence the past 5 years. She and her husband, Daniel, are active in the community and attend Taylors Valley Baptist Church. They have three daughters, Faith, Brynn-Caroline, and Emmie. Erin hopes to instill in her students that one of the most fascinating ways to study the character of God is to study His creation. She enjoys spending time with family, cooking, and reading.

Mindy Manuel

Mindy Manuel

Bible and Art

Mindy Manuel has a degree in Elementary Education with a Middle School Emphasis from John Brown University in 1996. While studying, she minored in English Literature, with an emphasis in Social Studies, Science and Music. In 2003, she graduated from Multnomah Biblical Seminary with a Masters in Pastoral Studies with a focus in women and leadership. Mindy taught Language Arts and Social Studies for 5 years in the Arkansas public schools. She has worked in youth ministry for 7 years, as well as teaching in the Washington State juvenile prison. Her family is currently an active duty military family who move often. While in New York, she started helping in the DODEA public school classroom teaching art lessons and found that she loved it. Her new hobby is taking online art classes and especially loves portraits and watercolor flowers. She is married to John and has three children, Cecelia, Lydia and Luke.

Autumn McMurry

Autumn McMurry

Rhetoric and Humanities

A Bell County native, Autumn McMurry attended Texas A&M University (’95) after graduating from Temple High School in 1991. She and her husband Dave, also a Temple native, now live in Harker Heights, where Dave serves as teaching pastor at Grace Bible Church. Autumn has been teaching first Logic and then Rhetoric School students at Providence since its doors first opened and has learned so much about God’s goodness from the incredible students that have filled her classroom with great questions and beautiful ideas. Believing that teaching children is a natural extension of parenting, she loves the blended model of Classical Christian education offered at Providence and is the proud mother of a couple of pretty great Providence Preparatory graduates herself. When she is not in the classroom, Autumn can usually be found enjoying a good book outside.

Debby Morris

Debby Morris

Theater

Debby Morris is from Houston and graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting with a double minor in classical dramaturgy and chemistry. She has performed off Broadway at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, Circle in the Square Repertory Theatre, Houston’s Shakespeare Festivals, as well as in various community theaters in Houston, New York City, New Haven, CT, and Los Angeles, CA. She studied classical acting at Stella Adler’s Conservatory of Acting and modern acting under Jose Quintero. She also pursued Film and TV through TVI in Los Angeles before returning to Texas to start a family and coach private acting students from the University of Texas. Debby is married to Will Morris IV, President of Charter Real Estate, and has three children who attend Providence: Will (10th), Christian (5th), and Camille (4th). She absolutely loves coming alongside students to help them realize their God-given creativity and employ that gift into all areas of their lives. She is passionate about classical works and the process an actor sojourns through to understand a great work of literature. This process is crucial in polishing the necessary social skills to build a well-rounded classical student. Debby and her family worship at Temple Bible Church.

Jackson Perry

Jackson Perry

AP Latin

Jackson Perry studied Classics, Ancient Art, and Medieval Studies at Baylor University in the University Scholars program and received a MA in Classics from the University of Kentucky, which focuses in spoken Latin. Since graduation, he has taught at Classical Schools and tutored Latin, in addition to working for a Catholic research nonprofit. He currently lives in New Haven, CT, with his wife, who is studying for a PhD in Medieval Studies at Yale University, and his 1-year-old son. He teaches Latin at Providence remotely--with the generous help of the administration! He has an avid interest in education theory and second language acquisition and is an active member of St. Mary’s New Haven.

Hillary Smith

Hillary Smith

Latin

Hillary Smith studied Classics, Ancient History, and Great Texts through Baylor University's prestigious University Scholars Program with the intention of returning to teach at a Christian Classical school like the one that had so greatly inspired and molded her. Since graduation from Baylor, Mrs. Smith has specialized in teaching the Classical languages to students, ages 8 to 18. She spent three wonderful years teaching Grammar School Latin, Classical Greek Grammar, and a Classical Greek Literature course in the Rhetoric school at Grace Academy in Georgetown, Texas. Mrs. Smith has also taught Beginning Biblical Greek and Introduction to Classical Speech through One Day Academy, as well as running her own private Latin tutoring business, before finding her home at Providence Preparatory School.
During school holidays, Mrs. Smith can be found leading Latin Camps and Latin Teacher Training conferences at schools in the Central Texas area or attending spoken Latin immersion conferences like the Conventiculum Dickinsoniense and Covenant Classical's Biduum Latinum. In addition to her vocation to cultivate devotion to Christ and instill a deep appreciation of the Classical heritage in her students, Mrs. Smith also cherishes her vocation as a mother. Mrs. Smith resides with her family in Waco and can often be found outdoors exploring nature with her toddler son, Peter, and her infant daughter, Penelope. She loves to be active and enjoys hiking and yoga. When she is sitting still, she enjoys reading poems by Robert Browning and the short stories of Flannery O'Conner.

Daryl Stacey

Daryl Stacey

Physics

Daryl Stacey graduated from Texas A&M University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Daryl married his best friend, Joanna in 1996. He worked in the chemical industry in Houston, for a power plant design company in Abilene, an environmental consulting company, then a mechanical design firm in San Antonio. In 2000, he and his family moved to Roanoke, Virginia, where he worked for an architectural and engineering firm for 9 years. Daryl left the engineering world to become a stay-at- home dad for his four beautiful daughters. They all moved back to Texas in 2010 and he has been a co-teacher at Providence since 2012. He still holds a Professional Engineering license in Texas. He enjoys hunting, fishing, flying, running, skiing, woodworking, watching football, and most of all, spending time with his family. He and his family worship at Calvary Chapel Temple, where he is the worship leader.

Stephen Watson

Stephen Watson

Bible

Stephen Watson is a graduate of Howard Payne University and Baylor University. He has a BA in Christian Studies and a Masters of Divinity. His wife Lindsey is a dedicated co-teacher of their 4 children: Abigail, Jeremiah, Leah, and Nathaniel. Stephen has served in local churches in various roles since 1999 and has been teaching Bible at Providence since 2014. Stephen has a great love of teaching and proclaiming God's word.

Tina Winters

Tina Winters

Algebra I and Pre-Calculus

Tina Winters graduated from North Texas University with a BBA. More than a decade later, she attended UMHB and completed the coursework necessary to certify to teach. She taught various mathematics courses at Belton High School during the next 23 years. While at BHS, she met and married her husband. They have two grown children and too many dogs. Joining the faculty of Providence in 2018 has been one of her greatest blessings. Tina enjoys watercolor painting, reading, and gardening during her free time.

Arthur Young

Arthur Young

Algebra II, Calculus, and Apologetics

Arthur Young graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Physics and from Biola University with a Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics. He has taught both high school science and mathematics for 22 years in California, Vermont, and New Hampshire. He has been married over 30 years and has two children. His wife is a doctor with Baylor Scott and White. In his spare time he enjoys reading, playing chess, and watching UCLA and Lakers basketball.


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Lisa Almond

Lisa Almond

Permanent Substitute

Lisa Almond studied music at Baylor University, concentrating in Music Education and Academic Music Studies.  As a vocalist, Lisa performed with several of the Baylor choirs including the University’s premiere show choir, Showtime!  Lisa also spent many years singing in the worship ensemble at her church.  As one of the founding families of Providence, Lisa and her husband, Brad, have been a part of Providence from the very beginning. They have served the school in a variety of ways during this time, and now Lisa is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve in the classroom.  Lisa has a deep and abiding love of singing and of choral music (especially sacred choral music) that is simultaneously joyful, fun-loving, and reverent.  She hopes to impart all of this to her students as she teaches them to hear, appreciate, and perform beautiful music.  The Almond family is a very musical bunch, and their home is often filled with the sounds of hymn singing or of someone practicing the piano, drums, or guitar.  In her spare time, Lisa can often be found reading a novel by Jane Austen or Dorothy Sayers, or in the kitchen brewing a fresh pot of tea and baking scones. Lisa and Brad have three children, Keylon, Rowan, and Penelope.  The Almond family worships at Grace Bible Church in Killeen.

Jennifer Rapp

Jennifer Rapp

College Counselor
Lindsey Watson

Lindsey Watson

Parent Liaison

Lindsey Watson is the Parent Liaison at Providence, helping to support and equip parents to be successful at home. Lindsey has a BA from Texas A&M University in English, with a minor in classical studies. She taught fourth grade and Latin at Live Oak Classical School in Waco for five years before becoming a stay at home mom. Lindsey is married to Stephen, a church planter and a Bible teacher at Providence. They have four children, three of whom are students at Providence. Lindsey also serves as the Children's Director at Christ Community Church of Harker Heights.

Amber Wilson

Amber Wilson

School Nurse

Amber Wilson graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Early in her career, she focused on Pediatrics and most recently Labor and Delivery. Serving as the school nurse is a dream come true. She has been married to Tim, the love of her life, for 19 years and have been blessed with four children Levi, David, Trinity, and Hadassa who all attend Providence. She and her family served as missionaries to Madrid, Spain for 8 years where she focused on supporting her husband, raising their children, and ministering to North African families. She enjoys cooking, hiking, biking, swimming, and playing board games with her family. Her husband is an Army chaplain and they attend a Protestant church on post. They consider it an honor and a joy to be a part of the Providence family.

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