Monthly Archive
for: ‘June, 2016’

What Makes You Happy?

Everyone wants to be happy, and I fit in with that sentiment. As I counsel with young couples preparing to be married, it is clear that they all want happiness. What makes you happy, and how do we get it? Those are questions we all want answered. Early yesterday morning, I read a devotional based […]

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What Is Occupying Your Time?

Good things in life can keep you from the best things. It happens in every part of life. You become preoccupied with things which are good and they keep you from the things which are best. I often see this in my schedule. It’s not that I’m not doing good things, but it is that […]

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Learning Scripture

If you want to grow in your faith and become like Jesus, you must – – absolutely must – – learn Scripture. I want to walk you through a simple exercise for learning Scripture and applying it to your life. Early yesterday morning I read Romans 15:13. This verse contains one of the concluding statements […]

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What Shall We Do with Our Children?

What shall we do with our children? No one would dispute the fact that the church must reach and teach its children with the good news of Jesus Christ. The statement that the church is only one generation from paganism seems so true. How do we reach and teach our children? Here are three basics […]

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Generation Next!

Today’s sermon is about tomorrow – – tomorrow’s generation, that is. My sermon today will be about the next-generation both for the world and for the church. It’s about what we should do to reach the next generation. I believe the generation growing up and even being born in America today has the potential to […]

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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)