The Mission of PHBC can be summed up in three words, CONNECT – COMMUNICATE – CHANGE…
 
Connect – To connect people to God through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and connect them with other people of like faith for spiritual growth and encouragement. 
 
Communicate – To communicate the good news of what Jesus Christ has done in ways that are Biblical, personal, and relevant for the purpose of seeing people become followers of Christ, and to communicate Biblical truth in a way that is transformational.
 
Change –  To be agents of change in our world by being the visible and vocal representation of Christ to those who are spiritually lost, hurting, and broken, beginning in our homes and local communities, and reaching to the ends of the earth. 
 
The Vision of PHBC is to see people become devoted followers of Christ through the following spiritual growth process…
 
Movement – To see people far from God discover Christ and move into a relationship with Him..
 
Maturity – To see followers of Christ mature spiritually through prayer, Bible study, and worship, And to see them live for Christ, experience the abundant life He offers, serve Him faithfully, and be used effectively by God for the advancement of His Kingdom. 
 
Multiplication – To see followers of Christ multiplied through fellowship, mentoring, and ministry to one another.
 
Missions – To see followers of Christ live missional lives and spread the good news of Jesus Christ locally, regionally, and globally. 
 
The Core Values of PHBC are…
 
Biblical Authority – A commitment to the Word of God as the foundation of our beliefs, practices, priorities, and mission. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
 
Prayer – A commitment to passionate communication with God personally and corporately. (Ephesians 5:18, 1 Thessalonians 5:17)
 
Community – A commitment to mutual love and unity among believers expressed through serving, support, and encouragement to one another. (Acts 4:32-35, Hebrews 10:24-25)
 
Evangelism – A commitment to spread the good news of Jesus Christ by sharing and serving locally, nationally, and globally. (Matthew 28:18, Acts 1:8)
 
Cultural Relevance – A commitment to communicate the unchanging truths of Jesus Christ and the Bible to an ever changing culture in ways that people can understand and respond to. (1 Corinthians 9:19-23)
 
Small Groups – A commitment to use small groups as a means of building relationships, spiritual growth, and developing leaders. (Acts 2:42-47)
 
Family – A commitment to God’s design for the family and marriage being one man and one woman in a covenant relationship as a model for promoting Christian values. (Ephesians 5:22 – 6:4)
 
Worship – A commitment to praise and honor God with a grateful heart. (John 4:23, Psalm 99:9)