Still there is hope

Posted by Joey Ooi on 4/12/24 4:20 PM

I’d sung Praise His Names a hundred times before. It was not my favorite song, and up to this point, I was more concerned with getting the words right than I was about the song itself. But on the...

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Comprehending Christianity: deep dive into PBR, a PHC core class

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 4/5/24 8:41 AM

Among the biggest goals of Patrick Henry College is to develop and send out well-trained, classically-minded Christian thinkers to shape the world for Christ. One of PHC’s core classes, Principles...

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4 dedicated disciplers lead the charge for mentorship at PHC

Posted by Kaitlyn Kiepert on 3/28/24 8:50 AM

Dr. Steve Hake, Sara Pensgard, Chuck Hurst, and Leah Garber share two simple yet significant traits: their love for the Lord and their heart for PHC students. This group comprises the Disciple-Making...

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Why alumna Grace Weitz founded Loudoun Classical School

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 3/6/24 1:41 PM

Growing up, Grace Weitz (CLA, ’19) did not like school. “I was being homeschooled, and it was like fighting tooth and nail with my mom,” she said. She was NOT going to college. After high school, she...

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How Dr. Ford decided to become a chemistry professor

Posted by Sarah Merly on 2/23/24 4:19 PM

Way down in the vial-filled basement of Red Hill, Dr. Rachel Ford begins her Tuesdays and Thursdays teaching General Chemistry II. “I have to get up at 4 a.m. in order to get out of the house at 6...

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Praising God together: a look at student-led nightly dorm worship

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 2/12/24 9:12 AM

Around 9 p.m. every night during the week, students cluster in each dorm lobby, voices raised in song and heads bowed in prayer. Although this tradition goes by several names—Hymn Sing, Psalm and a...

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PHC students involved in local churches

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 1/16/24 9:35 AM

“Getting involved in a good church is vital to our spiritual growth. The Christian life is not meant to be a solo trek. It is meant to be walked alongside the church,” junior Esteban Weesner...

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Spice of Life: homemade apple butter, the traditional way

Posted by Gretchen Whittington on 12/11/23 1:29 PM

The air smells so strongly of cinnamon and apples that I feel like I’ve stepped into a holiday supply store. I’m still outdoors, though: in the middle of my backyard. 

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Senior Gabriel Lysne wins National Military Foundation's 2023 National Merit Scholarship Award

Posted by Julia Adams on 12/7/23 11:10 AM

The National Military Intelligence Foundation announced PHC senior Gabriel Lysne as a recipient of the National Merit Scholarship Award. Gabriel is a student in PHC's Strategic Intelligence in...

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When Cultures Collide: Alumna Kirsten Etherton shares about teaching overseas

Posted by Julia Adams on 12/5/23 10:44 AM

On a Good Friday, Alumna Kirsten Etherton (CLA-ed ’06) and a friend borrowed a coworker’s car and drove to the local Roman ruins. They had the place to themselves. Up on the hilltop, Kirsten sat in...

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