When Life Gets You Down

Let’s face it. Life is going to get you down from time to time. What should you do when you face life’s challenges? First, accept the fact that life is hard. In the military, it’s called knowing your enemy. Simply knowing that life is difficult helps us accept and deal with the problem. It also […]

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You Need to Pray for This

As followers of Christ, we have a responsibility to pray for one another. Today, I want to give you two needs for which to pray. First, pray for Dr. Kent Brantly, a young physician serving in Liberia. Dr. Brantly serves with Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian relief organization led by Franklin Graham. Dr. Brantly is the […]

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The Biggest Problem I Face as a Follower of Christ

Today I intend to write about one of the biggest problems believer’s face. It’s also has one of the easiest solutions. The problem is how to get to the place I really want to be in my relationship with Christ. For example, you know you should be witnessing of your faith in Christ or tithing […]

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How Can I Get “Unstuck?”

Sometimes, I simply feel “stuck.” “Stuck” is not a good place to be. It means that things are not going right in a relationship, a career, or with God. Is it possible to get unstuck? How do you get out of the rut and into life as God purposed it to be? First, determine to […]

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The Month of July is Quickly Coming to a Close

The month of July is quickly coming to a close. Martha and I are looking forward to being back with you and beginning a new year of ministry. Today, we are blessed to have Kevin Harless, our Children’s Minister, preaching. Kevin has been part of our church since his family moved here to go to […]

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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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Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God— children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God. — John 1:12-13 (NIV)