‘Christian Living’



My Faith Has Been Tested

I can count on it. It always happens. Yesterday I wrote about “my greatest stress reliever.” My blog had to do with the wonderful experience I had with God Monday morning. I spent time in praise and worship and in prayer and Bible reading. It was a blessing to my life, and I experienced resting […]

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My Greatest Stress Reliever

I am doing as much as I have ever done in my life. I am continuing to preach three times on Sunday, once on Saturday, once on Tuesday and once on Wednesday. I am working as many hours as I have ever worked. I have less stress than I have ever had. I am amazed and […]

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Four Things You Must Get Rid of to be Healthy

Few things in life are as valuable as being healthy. Yet we seem to persist in doing things that destroy our health–physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Here are four things which destroy health, and four things you must remove from your life to be healthy. First, you cannot feed your mind filth and be healthy. The […]

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Would You Pray for America?

I want to ask you to spend this weekend and the coming days praying for America. Churches and Christians all across the country will be praying and asking God’s blessings upon our country this weekend. The impetus for this serious call to prayer is the United States Supreme Court’s impending decision on same sex marriage. […]

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The Power of God to Change Lives

Last night I taught from Paul’s Letter to Philemon. While Paul wrote letters to churches, he also wrote personal letters–the most personal of all was the letter to Philemon. I hope you will read the letter. It’s only 25 verses. It will bless you, and it will cause you to give thanks for the power […]

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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

But the Lord is faithful, and he will strengthen you and protect you from the evil one. — 2 Thessalonians 3:3 (NIV)