2007 Festival. The first Providential history festival was in 2007, hosted at the Liberty Christian Center. Click here for pictures and more information.
2008 Festival. The second year of the Providential History Festival saw two in one year, both of them again hosted at the Liberty Christian Center. Click here for more pictures and more information.
2009 Festival. The 2009 Providential History Festival was moved to a larger location, the beautiful Strategic Air and Space Museum in Ashland, Nebraska. Click here for pictures and more information.
2010 Festival. The 2010 Festival was again held at the Strategic Air and Space Museum, with many great speeches and two incredible dramas, as well as numerous workshops and a dinner concert. Click here for pictures and more information.
2011 Festival. Guests of the 2011 Festival were privileged to have Dr. Marshall Foster of World History Institute as the keynote speaker. He is a master of providential history story-telling and everyone from young to old was blessed by his presence. The guests also enjoyed a wonderful presentation of speeches, dramas, and table displays. It truly was a wonderful weekend of inspiring stories, fun and fellowship. Click here for pictures and more information.
2012 Festival. The 2012 Providential History Festival was pleased to have as its guest keynote speaker Dr. E. Calvin Beisner, Founder and National Spokesman for the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, an author and speaker on the application of the Biblical world view to economics, government, and environmental policy. He has published over ten books and hundreds of articles, contributed to, or edited many other books, and been a guest on television and radio programs. He has spoken to churches, seminars, and other groups around the country for nearly twenty years.
The theme of the 2012 festival searched for the providences of God in the world of science history. A highlight was the first ever dinner theater. Dinner on the Titanic was a huge success and enjoyed by all! Click here for pictures and more information.
2013 Festival. The 2013 Providential History Festival featured The History of Missions with guest speaker Dr. Peter Hammond of Frontline Fellowship, South Africa. Friday evening boasted an incredible dinner theater put on by the our hardworking dinner theater team. One Small Seed, focused on the lives of two Swedish missionary couples, Joel and Bertha Erickson, and David and Svea Flood.
Saturday brought musical vignettes from a local quartet, Buckle Up! , several speeches, two dramas, table displays, an annual radio theater drama, and much fellowship. Click here for pictures and more information.
2014 Festival. In 2014, the Providential History Festival took a trip back through American History with keynote speakers Dr. Marshall Foster of World History Institute, and Dr. Phillip Kayser of Biblical Blueprints. The festival enjoyed music brought to us by the Jost Family. We not only looked into providences after its founding, but also took a look at providences of preparation long before America was founded, and considered how a study of these providences can give us faith concerning the future of America. We hope that you found the 2014 festival both educational and encouraging. Click here for pictures and more information.
2015 Festival. Exploring God’s Providences in Science and Astronomy was the the theme in 2015. We were blessed to listen to keynote speakers Mike Chapa, a pastor and retired U.S. Air Force test pilot, and Dr. Jonathan Sarfati of Creation Ministries International. We also learned much through, and enjoyed radio theater, table displays, essays and more! Some also got to try their hand and their head in a chess tournament with Dr. Sarfati, and many looked on as Mike Chapa gave a telescope presentation to our attendees. Click here for pictures and more information.
2016 Festival. At the 2016 Providential History Festival, we marched through the progression, and sought to seek for the advancement of Christendom with keynote Speakers Dr. Geoffrey Botkin, leader of the Western Conservatory of the Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Joel McDurmon, president of American Vision. Guest speakers also included Jordon Cave, and Daniel Noor. Colin Gunn brought us a preview of his latest up-and-coming documentary, Laldy, and moderated a discussion panel of our keynote speakers and the president of The Providential History Festival, Phillip Kayser. Harp music was graciously provided throughout the weekend by the Botkin Sisters.