‘Christian Living’

Five Habits To Change Your Life

Does your life need to improve? Do you face circumstances which seem overwhelming? What can you do to make life better? Unfortunately, we often look in the temporary areas for change. We should be looking for long term solutions to the needs of our lives. I want to suggest five habits that can bring permanent […]

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A New Way To Emphasize Memorial Day

My grandson Chase is seven years old and a baseball player. I, of course, make every game possible and live and die on every pitch and every out. No major league game could be any more important–to me. Last Saturday, I attended the game and experienced something that had never happened to me when I […]

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When Home Is Like Heaven

I’m sure you’ve thought of this. What would make my home better? Is it even possible for a home to be like heaven? The Bible says a great deal about the home and family, as well as the responsibilities of husbands and wives. Paul gave us a picture of a home which reflects God’s blessing. […]

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The Tragedy In Moore, Oklahoma

Yesterday was a tragic day in Moore, Oklahoma, a beautiful suburb of Oklahoma City. Reports last night kept moving the number of people killed from the devastating tornado higher and higher. This tornado even surpassed the May 3, 1999, tornado that killed 36 people in the same general area. The most awful part of the […]

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Feeling Down?

Are you feeling down? Here’s something you can do for those times that seem inevitable in life. I love Philippians 4. In fact, beginning with verse four I can quote almost the whole chapter, not because I sought to memorize it but because I have read it so many times. What does this passage of […]

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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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Whoever would foster love covers over an offense, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends. — Proverbs 17:9 (NIV)