As Easter approaches, it can be easy to get caught up in midterms, papers, and the end of the semester. Nevertheless, it is important, even during late study nights, debate tournaments, and mounds of...Read More
Have you considered serving in a ministerial capacity or maybe leading a Christian non-profit? Not sure what role God has for you, but maybe you want to help others learn how to study God's Word, to...Read More
More parents, students, and teachers are becoming increasingly aware of the shortcomings of an ever-narrowing “common core” education in the K – 12th world and the hyper-specialization of academic...Read More
What is the true purpose of college? Preparing for a job or flourishing as a human? You can quickly see where we land on this. But there is a scarcity of true, Christian liberal arts programs in...Read More
The only thing more dangerous for a skyscraper than an unstable foundation is a foundation that you didn’t know had a crack in it.Read More
PHC saw a lot of exciting changes and a few sad ones in 2019. We hosted a National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) tournament and Night To Shine, wished the best to the...Read More
Professor of History Dr. Doug Favelo exhorted students of history to return to a "High Telos" understanding of the discipline, one in pursuit of the Good, True, and Beautiful. Click below to watch!