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PHBC to Host Mental Health Forum on Dec. 1

Friday, October 31, 2014 | Lyla Bailey

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On Monday, December 1, Park Hill Baptist Church will host a special community forum called, "Changing Attitudes: The Church and Mental Health."

The purpose of this event is to facilitate a discussion about the important role of churches in collaborating with community resources in providing much-needed help and support to those who are experiencing emotional, mental, and spiritual issues.

Dr. Garrick D. Conner is the coordinator for the forum. Conner serves as the church’s Discipleship Pastor and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. “At any given point in time, one in four Americans is struggling with some level of mental illness or intense emotional stress,” Conner said. “The church must rise up to help de-stigmatize these shame-based issues that are an inherent part of the universal human experience.”

The forum will feature a number of short talks by local professional counselors, therapists, ministers, and others who regularly  encounter those who struggle with challenges related to emotional and mental issues. This event is geared toward individuals who suffer from mental illness or emotional pain, as well as family members who strive to provide encouragement and support.

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PHBC Members Participate in 'Our Serve'

Sunday, July 27, 2014 | Garrick Conner

On Sunday, July 27, 80+ volunteers gathered in stifling heat and set out to serve our community. Armed with lawn mowers, weed eaters, tree trimmers, and rakes, members scattered and participated in several clean-up projects throughout North Little Rock.

Here's a look at some of the work done in the Glenmere area of the city.

Glenmere 'Our Serve' Photos

 

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Vacation Bible School, July 7-11

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 | Garrick Conner

This group of students spent Tuesday morning serving at the Arkansas Rice Depot.

VBX at Arkansas Rice Depot

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PHBC hosts LifeWay's Transform Conference

Saturday, March 1, 2014 | Garrick Conner

Transform ConferenceOn Saturday, March 1, Park Hill Baptist Church served as the host site for the Transform Conference, a training experience for Sunday School leaders of all age groups.

Transform is a joint effort of LifeWay Christian Resources, the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, and the North Pulaski Baptist Association.

Some 350 staff and lay leaders from all over Arkansas participated in the event. The keynote challenge was given by David Francis, Director of Sunday School for LifeWay. Featured presenters included David Apple, Alan Raughton, Bill Emiott, Kim Harris, Klista Storts, Mike Wakefield, and Wayne Poling.

The conference was one of seven regional training events scheduled for this year. Other host cities are Riverside, CA; Upper Marlboro, MD; Creve Coeur, MO; Greenwood, SC; Mobile, AL; and Oklahoma City, OK.

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Park Hill to Host Super Bowl Breakfast Event

Monday, January 20, 2014 | Garrick Conner

KARK-4 Faith Matters[From KARK-4 Today, 01/20/2014]

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Park Hill Baptist Church (PHBC) is hosting the 2014 Super Bowl Breakfast.

Join PHBC for an awesome breakfast and a web cast of the Athletes in Action 2014 Super Bowl Breakfast.

Hosted from New York, the breakfast is an NFL-sanctioned event that features several players and coaches sharing inspiring stories of faith and football. Additionally, the Bart Starr Award will be presented to a current NFL player in recognition of outstanding character on and off the playing field.

In years past, you could only experience the breakfast in person. Now, for a small fee, you can experience it here in your own city.

Cost: $7.00 each ($56 for a table of 8) Park Hill Baptist Church, 201 East C Ave., North Little Rock. Located just one block from JFK Boulevard, (501) 753-3413

To purchase a ticket online click here.

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