Adding a Little Peace to the Family

Posted by Stephen Allen on 12/31/21 10:59 AM

Through adoption, the Lakey family added a new member, a new blessing, and little "peace" into the family. This is a story about Christmas. This is a story about love. This is a ten-year story (and...

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The Power of Social Media to Shape the Identity of an Entire Generation

Posted by Stephen Allen on 12/21/21 4:01 PM

"God is not concerned with the amount of people who know our name. He is concerned with the amount of people who know His name because of us ... Let’s be like Jesus. Let’s give the present of our...

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Training Servant Leaders For America

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/17/21 4:51 PM

Patrick Henry College aims to create a new generation of Christian leaders by equipping its students with high levels of academic rigor, fidelity to the spirit of the American founding, and an...

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Values in Practice at PHC: A Student's Experience

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/13/21 4:20 PM

Cole Reynolds describes how PHC's values have shaped his life, education, and career opportunities.

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Understanding the Past to Inform the Future: History at PHC

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/1/21 3:24 PM

What does it mean to study history from a Christian perspective?

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Exploring American Domestic Policy Holistically

Posted by Emma Perley on 11/30/21 9:48 AM

At Patrick Henry College, student publications provide creative outlets for developing managerial responsibilities, meeting self-imposed deadlines, and honing strong written communication skill. For...

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The United States' International Role: Two Students Debate Foreign Policy

Posted by learnphc on 11/22/21 1:18 PM

“The will of the American people lives in every one of us. Mr. Symons raises a good point—do we have the will?

That’s not a question for us to answer today. That’s a question for you.”

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Today's Voices on Tomorrow's Leaders

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/7/21 5:11 PM

At Patrick Henry College, we train some of the brightest students in the nation. PHC graduates think clearly, communicate persuasively, and are best equipped to serve Christ faithfully. How do we...

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Putting In The Work: Insights From Alumni Internship Experiences

Posted by Emma Perley on 8/20/21 11:25 AM

Apprenticeships, including internships, follow the classical model of preparing students for their Christian vocation by sending them out to practice their craft under a master/mentor after a...

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Turning Theoretical Concepts Into Concrete Applications

Posted by Emma Perley on 8/15/21 2:00 PM

A “liberal arts education” is associated with the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake and is generally contrasted with the practical, job-focused training of “vocational education.” Actually,...

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