Join Us for a Special Night

Join Us for a Special Night

We'll be ordaining a number of men to serve as deacons. A reception will follow in the Fellowship Hall.

Turning Hearts

Turning Hearts

Join us Sunday, Feb. 22 as our guest speaker, Dr. Richard Ross, shares his heart for families. He'll speak to parents at 9:30 a.m., preach at 10:55 a.m., and spend some focused time at a reserved-seating lunch immediately following the service. (There will be no 8:15 a.m. Worship Service that day.)

Senior Adult Get-Away

Senior Adult Get-Away

Are you interested in a few days in Nashville? Contact Vicki Driggs in the Discipleship Office for more information.

Don't Miss This!

Don't Miss This!

Join us for our annual Valentine Banquet. Tickets are available at the Welcome Center, the reception desk, and the Fellowship Hall. For details, contact the Music Ministry office at 501-753-3413.

Upcoming Events

FOCUS Leadership Series
Sun, Feb 8 - 4:30 p.m.

Park Hill Women Retreat
Fri, Feb 20 - Sat, Feb 21

Parenting Seminar with Richard Ross
Sun, Feb 22

Inspire Women's Conference
Sat, Mar 7

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"Getting the Basics Right" - Ephesians 5:18

Sun, Feb 1, 2015

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Forum highlights churches' role in mental health

Thursday, December 4, 2014 | Lyla Bailey

By Jessica Vanderpool
Arkansas Baptist News

Changing Attitudes: The Church & Mental Health

Suicide. Anxiety. Depression.
 
These words often seem taboo in churches. But attitudes are changing.

Changing Attitudes was the theme of a mental health forum held Dec. 1 by Park Hill Baptist Church, North Little Rock. About 250 people attended the event.

Garrick Conner, discipleship pastor at Park Hill Baptist Church, said the idea of “changing attitudes” refers to two things: (1) how the Church’s attitude is already changing in regard to ministering to those with mental and emotional issues and (2) how the Church needs to help change others’ attitudes and fight the stigma associated with mental issues.

The forum emphasized how churches can help those with mental illness, and it highlighted area resources like support groups and counseling services.

The event featured a series of short talks on mental health topics. Speakers were Conner; Aaron New, behavioral sciences chair and associate professor of psychology and counseling at Central Baptist College, Conway; Mike Davis, police chief for the North Little Rock Police Department; Alan Pogue, co-owner of Pogue Counseling, North Little Rock; Randy Walker, therapist at Counseling Services of Jacksonville; Vicki Stanley, board member of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Foundation for ...

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