‘Christian Living’



You Are What You Repeatedly Do

I love beginning something new. I always have. For this reason, New Years Day fits me just fine. What changes can you make for the New Year? Your changes will determine the kind of year that you have. You can read this related post to get ideas about making your future better. Here are three […]

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When You’re Making Plans . . .

Yesterday I posted the plans that Martha and I have for the new year. We are obviously excited about 2012. Several of our hopes and dreams will culminate this year. It’s fun to see events coming to pass that you have prayed about and hoped for. I hope that you will read “Our plans For […]

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My Favorite Day of the Year

This is it. Christmas Eve is my absolute favorite day of the year. It always has been. At this point in my life, I’m sure why Christmas Eve means so much to me. If you read to the end of the post, you’ll be able to understand why as well. The reason why it matters to me […]

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What Makes Following Christ So Different?

What is it about the Christian faith that is so different? The answer to the question would take volumes, but the prophet Jeremiah gives us a brief understanding of the significance of faith in Christ. First, Christ gives us the ability to follow Him and keep His commands. Christ’s work in making us a new creation […]

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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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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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Verse of the Day

For it has been granted to you on behalf of Christ not only to believe in him, but also to suffer for him, — Philippians 1:29 (NIV)