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for: ‘August, 2012’

Hurricane Isaac And Its Aftermath

Thank you for your prayers during Hurricane Isaac.  We appreciate your praying for us and request that you continue to do so. Here are the results of Hurricane Isaac. This is one of the strangest hurricanes on record.  Though it was only a Category One storm, it produced a great deal of destruction. Through the […]

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What A Strange Few Days

Veteran storm watchers say they’ve never seen a storm like Isaac. We’ve been watching over a week and still don’t know what it’s going to do. As of right now, it is basically stalled off the Louisiana coast. Today has been a strange day. I started the day by writing a post about “Waiting On […]

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Waiting On Isaac

Thanks to all of you who have prayed for us during this time of preparing and waiting for Isaac. You are blessing many people you do not know and possibly praying for a place you have never visited. Thank you for bearing the burdens of others. This is where we stand. We are still waiting […]

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How You Can Pray For Us–Updated

People from all fifty states and many different countries read this blog. Almost everyone who reads is a committed Christian. I am thankful for you. You probably know we are now in the center of the projected path of what is expected to become Hurricane Isaac. As you might expect, we are collectively concerned about […]

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How Our Troubles Can Help Others

God uses our sorrows to bring good into our lives and to bless other people. More than anyone else the Apostle Paul knew this to be true. He had a unique view of how this works. Paul affirmed that God works all things together for good: “And we know that in all things God works […]

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

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Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; — John 11:25 (NIV)