Whether it is a proverbial trip, or if we are shoved to the ground by circumstances, we sometimes need a hand to help us get back up and get on our way. Resources are available at HP Pres if you are in need of counseling services.
Life events happen suddenly and you may need someone to talk with. A pastor is available to speak with you at any time.
Monday-Friday, 9 am–5 pm, Contact Nelson Bell or call 214-525-4236.
The pastor on call can be reached at 214-526-7457. A recorded message will provide you with instructions.
Pastoral Counseling is a helping hand that can help you up after a fall. As pastors, we are ready and willing to come alongside you anywhere you may be. A pastoral counselor seeks to walk alongside you, helping to discern God’s will through Scripture and by the nudging of His Holy Spirit.
Reach out to us using the form at the bottom of this page.
Grief is a common reaction to loss and is often a necessary part of healing. Sometimes we need someone to listen without interruptions or advice. Our grief and loss ministry team is here to provide care and comfort during times of death, estrangement, retirement, anger, and abandonment.
HP Pres is pleased to welcome Licensed Professional Counselor Martha Williams to our Care Team. Martha will be offering pro bono counseling sessions to HP Pres Covenant Partners, ages 16 and up, who would like to participate in professional counseling. Appointments are available on campus at HP Pres on Fridays and Sunday afternoons by appointment. Martha’s areas of specialty include:
Martha received her undergraduate degree at Hollins University in Roanoke, VA, and her master’s degree in counseling psychology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. She has worked in hospital and clinical settings, private practice, international healthcare services, ministry, and non-profit for over 30 years in Central America, South America, and the United States.
“My goal is to help individuals honestly address their sorrows, disappointments, and fears, overcome their problems, and live a transformed and restored life. I seek to provide clients with a safe space to process any personal convictions, including issues of faith.” - Martha Williams