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for: ‘May, 2018’



Words for Graduates–Both Present and Past

Yesterday we celebrated with over 40 high school seniors at our church. We recognized them in the morning worship and rejoiced with them and their families at a luncheon afterwards. Graduate recognition is a fun time to preach. It seems that people are more ready to hear than at other times. At the worship services […]

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We’re Glad You’re Here!

For the last 29 years I have written this article entitled, Lagniappe, a term meaning “a little something extra.” While every now and then I have to find something to write, most of the time I haven’t even had to consider to write  because I use this column to write about where we are in […]

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The Necessity of Unity

“We all owe our lives to the Lord Jesus Christ. We worship the same Lord and receive guidance, wisdom, and power from the same Spirit. We have the same goal of helping other people know Christ. We are quite unified. In short, our unity comes from who God is instead of who we are or where […]

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Yikes! Where Does the Time Go?

Early yesterday I received an email asking me to reserve dates for later in the year. As I added them to my calendar, I realized these are not “far off” dates at all. They are “close by” dates. The dates are for August, September, and October of 2018. Somehow in my mind I don’t that […]

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We Are Not Alike But We Are One

Yesterday, I made the trip from my home in southeast Louisiana to a meeting in Alexandria, Louisiana, which is right in the middle of the state. It was a beautiful day, and I enjoyed the drive. From the land of Live Oaks and Spanish Moss I crossed the Mississippi River in Baton R0uge and then […]

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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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but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. — Isaiah 40:31 (NIV)