‘Life apps’

Three Areas to Shore Up in Your Marriage

To “shore up” means to prop up areas that need greater support and strength. We all need strong underpinnings for our marriages. Where do we need to start? First, begin with your relationship to God. Nothing will be more important in your marriage than understanding who God is and what He wants you to do […]

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Does Baptism Matter?

Baptism matters. Seventy-four people yesterday determined that it does. Those 74 people were baptized in the Bogue Falaya River in Covington in obedience to the command of Christ and to take their stand as His followers. Why does baptism matter? First, it matters because of the example of Jesus. At the beginning of His public […]

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Having Difficult Conversations

Life is filled with difficult situations. I don’t have to tell you that. Most people only have to go a little way into adulthood to realize how difficult life can be. How can you make the most of difficult situations? First, make sure you are doing what you should do. It’s easy to blame the […]

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A Stranger in America

Do you feel like a stranger in America? Not long ago, I heard someone say those exact words. They said it doesn’t seem like I know the country anymore. I feel like a stranger. If that’s the way you feel, the First Epistle of Peter is for you. It’s for you because Simon Peter wrote […]

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Telling Others What You Know

How do we help our friends, family, and neighbors know Christ? We all feel the urgency to share Christ with the people closest to us. We especially want to make sure we’ve done everything within our power to help them go to heaven. What can we do to be effective in this area? First, determine […]

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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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For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. — Philippians 1:21 (NIV)