Harvest Prude

Writer

Location icon United States of America

Writer and aspiring journalist. I've freelanced pieces for WORLD magazine, The Federalist, Purchase Area Family Magazine, and ilistwesternkentucky.com. I also worked as Editor for Patrick Henry College's newspaper. I love covering community, culture, books, music, and people.

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WORLD Magazine
06/26/2018
Free speech wins - WORLD

Supreme Court rules pro-life centers don't have to advertise abortion options

The Federalist
10/13/2017
Life Begins at Conception, Says Department of Health and Human Services

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) just released their 2018-2022 plan, which unequivocally states that life begins at conception and deserves protection. In the introduction it says, "HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving and protecting Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception."

WORLD Magazine
07/22/2017
Grave matters - WORLD

SIOUX CENTER, Iowa-When Mary Van De Berg, the "meat lady" of Sioux Center, Iowa, died at age 72 a week before Memorial Day, 250 people in the city of 7,400 came to her funeral.

Phc
Alum Spotlight: Bre Payton

It was the summer of 2013, and Bre Payton had a choice to make. She had spent her break interning for Watchdog.org, an in­vestigative non-profit news outlet. When the school year came around, they tried to convince her not to go back to school.

PHC
06/11/2018
The Deep, Deep Dive of Reading Classical Literature

Want to know why you should read the classics? Here's some facts: Reading can broaden your vocabulary (and boost those SAT scores), strengthen your emotional intelligence and social perception , improve your personal ethics , be a form of therapy, and of course, give you the invaluable ability to understand obscure literary references like "Big Brother" (1984), "Wife in the Attic" (Jane Eyre), or "Tilting at Windmills" (Don Quixote).

Values & Capitalism
05/02/2017
A Conversation on Poverty, Compassion, and Economics

This post was written by Harvest Prude, a journalism major at Patrick Henry College. The current welfare system may be problematic, but private efforts cannot take its place, said Robert Doar at an American Enterprise Institute (AEI) on-campus discussion at Patrick Henry College (PHC) on Saturday, March 14.

Phc
10/4/16
PHC Alum Plants Local Church

Jacob Baum, class of '10, came to PHC to become a campaign manager. After choosing a church his freshman year, he found that his true interest lay in full-time ministry. Now, he is the head pastor of Loudon Valley Baptist Church (LVBC), a congregation that meets in a high school across the street from PHC.

WORLD Magazine
New Christian radio drama trains caregivers to help abused children

"You can't stay here ... he'll be back any minute." "He'll kill you, he'll kill us both!" "I'm not going to let this keep happening. Hurry, hurry! He's coming!" The excerpt, presented in rich, British-African accents, is from Holding Esther, an audio drama written to help train caregivers of children traumatized by physical or sexual abuse.

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