The Miracle and Joy of Marriage

“I said ‘I do,’ and I still do. The ‘I do’ of marriage is always in the present tense until the Lord Jesus says otherwise. ‘I do’ is never ‘I did at the time.’ ‘I do’ is always present tense. ‘I do’ travels through space and time to whatever condition the married couple finds themselves […]

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Seven Decisions You Need to Make Now

I don’t know your age. I do know we have teenagers, college students, and the oldest senior adults who read this “daily look at life and Scripture.” Whatever your age–these decisions are best made as early as possible–these are seven decisions you need to be making right now. Let’s take them in countdown style. 7. […]

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What’s On Your Bucket List?

What’s on your bucket list? Long before the phrase “bucket list” was popularized, most of us had a bucket list, those things we want to see or do or accomplish before we “kick the bucket.” So, what’s on your bucket list? Let me give you some examples of the way we as followers of Christ […]

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You Can’t Be Good by What You Don’t Do

As a student at New Orleans Seminary (a graduate school for ministerial students), I had a required course in Christian Ethics. Courses in Christian Ethics can take two different forms. One has to do with ethical conduct in ministry itself. A course of this nature would involve subjects such as how ministers relate to one […]

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If I Died Tomorrow . . . ?

We’ve all asked ourselves this question. If you knew you were going to die tomorrow, what would you do? This creates a real dilemma within us. First of all, we don’t want to think about dying, at least not for long. In the second place, we know deep down that what we are doing today […]

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About Waylon

I am the senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Covington, Louisiana, a position that I have held since 1989.

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You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word. — Psalm 119:114 (NIV)