‘Christian Living’



Correct Your Blind Spots

We all have blind spots–some are literal and some are mental, emotional, or even spiritual. This post is about both kinds. The first is about that literal blind spot, you know the one that you have in driving. It’s a persistent and dangerous problem. When you come to the point of changing lanes, you have […]

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Obedience and Prayer

Our faithlessness affects our fruitfulness. This is clear at every point in the Scripture. My study of the Old Testament has led me to many conclusions. Here is one that jumps out at me–God wants us to do as He leads and in the way that he directs. Our disobedience keeps us from experiencing the power of […]

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Teach Us To Pray

Prayer is universally accepted as normative for Christians. Christians pray, and most non-Christians pray to some god or the other. In one of the strangest facts ever, I read somewhere that a large number of atheists pray! While Christians certainly believe in prayer, we seem to do very little praying with power. I, for one, […]

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It Hurts But I’m Okay

Good news! Martha Bailey’s second book is scheduled for release March 14, 2012. The book, titled It Hurts But I’m Okay, follows in the line of Martha’s first book Putting My Dress-up Clothes Away: Because Big Girls Live in the Real World. Both books are lessons and anecdotes–many humorous, some not–which relate to life and […]

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What’s Your Story?: Top Posts For 2011 #8

People like people. Don’t think so? Just look at the number of people on Facebook and other social media sites. People are interested in the lives of other people and want to know their story. In a sense, we all want to know who we are and what makes us tick. We also want to […]

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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

Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. — Philippians 2:3-4 (NIV)