Evans learned that politics is more than just finding solutions: it's also about connecting with people. It's not only about providing facts about the situation but making those facts meaningful to...Read More
She looked around the room filled with representatives from across the Near East. She couldn’t believe it. She was helping change the world. Alumna Susanna Hoffman (Journalism ’21) was in Athens,...Read More
Alumna Kati Marr (Journalism, ’22) listened to the first podcast she worked on for Focus on the Family over the radio. “I only had to listen to three seconds of it and I knew it was my program,” Marr...Read More
In the 2022 Baccalaureate Address by Dr. Rob Spinney, he challenges listeners to waste their lives on loving Jesus, just as when Mary poured out expensive perfume to anoint Jesus.Read More
The sunshine pulled through for our first ever PHC Alumni Park Day in Winchester, Virginia on May 14th. Fifty alumni, kids, faculty, and staff gathered at the pavilion in Jim Barnett Park.Read More
“Shots fired, Shots fired!” blared the radio. Lieutenant T. Gabriel Evans ('09) rushed to the crime scene. His crew had cornered an armed and violent felon at the local gas station. As the police...Read More
The reflection of the moon shimmered across Lake Bob. A gaggle of geese floated on top of the water. The late February breeze chilled the night air.
Most PHC students sat inside their dorm rooms,...Read More