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Adding Value to Others

James Clear is a favorite writer. He has written about the power of habits and how you develop those powerful habits. Recently he wrote about adding value to other people. He said that before you ask for value you must give value to others. This fits many areas of life. Think about marriages. Most of […]

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How Can I Do the Things that Matter?

James Clear is a favorite writer. He has written about the power of habits and how you develop those powerful habits. Recently he wrote about adding value to other people. He said that before you ask for value you must give value to others. This fits many areas of life. My blog tomorrow will expound […]

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2020 in 2020

I have really exciting news. Connect Group attendance January 11-12, 2020, (1744) was  one of the five highest attendances in our history, all of which have occurred in the last six months. Our Worship attendance (2704) that day was the largest we’ve ever had for a day besides Easter, Christmas Eve, and the day we […]

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Growing in Ministry

It’s clear that all believers should be growing in ministry? This is especially true of those of whom God has set aside to do the work of ministry. Here are some ideas of how you do this both as a pastor or church leader and as a member of the body of Christ. First, determine […]

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Fulfill Your Ministry

Over the last two weeks I have looked at how we live healthy and work effectively. It’s a good way to begin the new year. We all instinctively know we need to do these things. For example, we need to guard our hearts, minds, and families. We certainly need to learn to keep up with […]

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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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For the director of music. Of David. The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, their deeds are vile; there is no one who does good. — Psalm 14:1 (NIV)