‘Christian Living’

Are All Religions Really The Same?

Are all religions the same? It’s an assertion that we hear often. And, in a very limited sense, the assertion is correct. After all, most religions are very similar. They all have prayer, holy writings, offerings, sacrifices, and particular beliefs that are important. When you get beyond the facade, all religions are not the same. […]

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“He Is Near”

It was that kind of night. Several children and adults from our church traveled to the home of homebound or nearly homebound people to minister to them through caroling. As I sat on the couch in the home of two wonderful Christians, the man looked at the children and spoke of God. This is what he said: […]

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My Most Popular Post For November

My most read post for November strikes at the very heart of the members of the audience for waylonbailey.com. It deals with the issue of being disqualified for service. My blog concerns Christian Living and Pastoral Leadership. Christians–especially Christian leaders–are concerned with being found faithful. Even Paul talked about his concern to be faithful to […]

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Your Sunday Morning Routine

I have four goals in my relationship with God that I desperately want to achieve. I am not there yet with any of them, but I can see that they are strengthening my relationship with God. First, I want God to be the first thought of each day. I want Him to be so real that […]

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Are You Struggling With Faith?

I am fascinated with Paul and his faith. Who wouldn’t be? His dramatic call has fascinated believers and unbelievers for centuries. All of my life I have heard people say, “I did not have a call like the Apostle Paul.”  In one way I agree with those statements. I certainly did not have that kind […]

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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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Therefore he is able to save completely those who come to God through him, because he always lives to intercede for them. — Hebrews 7:25 (NIV)