From his position in Family Research Council Action, Worth Loving’s influence spans the United States.
During their final semesters, many seniors are making progress on their senior capstone projects.
The Gregorys have used their shared time at PCC investing in students and a variety of ministry opportunities.
Visitors and students are often surprised by the carefully preserved collection of rare Bibles and artifacts in PCC’s Bible Manuscript Room.
Alumni in history and political science are using their positions to stand for truth and excellence using biblical principles.
For 35 years, Dr. John Reese has served at PCC, reaching generations of students through his history classes and beyond.
Students and faculty joined Dr. John Reese and Nathan Goodson in the Lyceum for “Fingerprints of Persia,” a presentation that coincided with the 25th anniversary of PCC’s History Seminar.
As the youngest district attorney in North Carolina, Jason Ramey gives glory to God for his success as he strives to uphold the laws of North Carolina.
The fall History Seminar commemorating the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation will be livestreamed.