Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

Just some things I believe are truly worth your time and attention…

• If you’re not coming to HLPC’s School of Discipleship Sundays at 9:15AM, you’re missing out on an opportunity for your own growth in grace. Tieman Slagh has just started a great new series for adults on 2 Peter. We, of course, have something for all ages- toddlers to youth- as well. Please come. It’s a great way to make the most of the Lord’s Day!
• Let me put in a plug for HLPC MidWeek as well. We offer a meal at a reasonable cost so we can gather around the tables for fellowship. Afterwards, Kevin and Kristin Epperson are doing a fantastic job providing a dramatic reading of C.S. Lewis’ The Horse and His Boy. Then, there is the HLPC kid’s choir, called “Grace Notes” and prayer time for adults in the Pastor’s study. The ladies’ study on the book The Envy of Eve happens at 6:30PM. Please join us!
• I’m getting more and more excited about our Reformation Conference with Dr. Noe Acosta, October 27-29. Noe is a very engaging speaker and the Lord has been using him to equip pastors in Latin America. I know you’ll enjoy him and his wife Mimi as they are with us. He is looking forward to being with us as well!

Paul Bankson
pbankson@gmail.com

Paul was born and raised in Birmingham, AL and graduated from Auburn University in 1986 with a degree in Business Administration. It was at Auburn that he met his wife, Connie. They were married in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and moved to Jackson, MS where he attended Reformed Theological Seminary graduating with a Master of Divinity in 1991.

Upon graduation, Paul served as a Campus Minister with RUF, the campus ministry of the PCA, at Tennessee-Martin where the Banksons lived for 5 years. They moved to Macon, GA in 1996 to work with RUF at Mercer University and then Paul joined the pastoral staff at First Presbyterian Church of Macon as an Assistant Pastor in 1999.

In 2004, Paul and his family moved to Warner Robins where he served as a church planter and then organizing Pastor of Houston Lake Presbyterian Church. In December 2014 Paul completed a Doctor of Ministry degree through Reformed Theological Seminary of Orlando.

Paul and Connie have three sons, Andrew (23), Stephen (20), and Matthew (15). Paul enjoys grilling, camping with his family, and Auburn sports (War Eagle!).