‘Lagniappe’



Why Baptism Matters

Does baptism matter? While all Christian churches teach baptism, we certainly view it in different ways. Churches seem to fall in one or two large camps about baptism. Some emphasize a baptismal regeneration–you can’t enter into heaven apart from baptism. Churches who teach and believe this even divide up over exactly how that happens. Others […]

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How to Get Off Dead Center

I appreciate each one who reads this blog. I have met many people who do so. It is a real joy. Thanks to each of you who do not attend my local fellowship. On Saturdays, I often write “a little something extra” to our church–that’s what lagniappe (lan-yap) means. Thanks for letting me do this […]

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Back Home

I appreciate each one who reads this blog. I have met many people who do so. It is a real joy. Thanks to each of you who do not attend my local fellowship. On Saturdays, I often write “a little something extra” to our church–that’s what lagniappe (lan-yap) means. Thanks for letting me do this […]

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The Month of July is Quickly Coming to a Close

The month of July is quickly coming to a close. Martha and I are looking forward to being back with you and beginning a new year of ministry. Today, we are blessed to have Kevin Harless, our Children’s Minister, preaching. Kevin has been part of our church since his family moved here to go to […]

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Reaching a New Generation

Today we are thrilled to have Josh Jordan as our preacher. Josh serves as our collegiate pastor and has been with us for the past five years. Josh works with juniors and seniors in high school, college students, and young adults at FBC. We are seeing gratifying responses to Josh’s ministry. One of the unique […]

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