‘Christian Living’



The Two Choices

You have two choices. Everyone has two choices, but it doesn’t seem so. It seems that the choices are infinite. This is world is so large and so complex that it seems that you can choose from a never ending variety. That’s not the case. In reality you get to make two and only two […]

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What Are My Choices?

I’ve often asked, “What are my choices?” Whether it’s in a restaurant, a doctor’s office, or in life in general, we all want to know about choices. In life there are two choices–and only two choices. You can characterize these choices in a number of ways: these choices are “life or death,” Godliness or ungodliness,” […]

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Life Lessons from Psalm 23

God’s Word is filled with lessons about life. It is one of the reasons the Bible has sold more copies than any ¬†other book in history, possibly over one billion copies. Within Holy Scripture there are multiple passages which draw us closer to God and help us cope with the daily struggles of life. Psalm […]

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Is There More to Psalm 23 Than Meets the Eye?

Psalm 23 is very familiar with most people, even those who are aren’t believers or aren’t really interested in Scripture. This psalm is so well known that I often ask people to hear it as if they are hearing it for the first time. Psalm 23 affects me powerfully. I remember the first time I […]

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A Theology of Marriage

My preaching about relationships and mirroring the image of God in all our relationships has caused me to look again at marriage and what God intended for marriages. While I don’t have space or expertise to give you “The Theology of Marriage,” I certainly can give you a few very important teachings about marriage in […]

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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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He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things? — Romans 8:32 (NIV)