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What Did You Do for Easter?

I hope you had a great Easter. I certainly did. Let me tell you what we did for Easter. The most wonderful part and the most exciting was getting to worship with God’s family as we celebrated our Lord’s resurrection from the dead. I got to do that four times. (It was a blessing not […]

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Did Jesus Really Die?

Did Jesus really die? Somehow, the question almost seems silly. When you look at the biblical record and when you remember the common experience of all¬†mankind, you wonder how anyone could think otherwise. The actual facts are that many people in the first and second centuries questioned whether or not Jesus died. For the most […]

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Women and the Crucifixion

Women played a vital part in the message of Jesus and His sacrifice for the sins of the world. Women were the last at the cross and the first to witness the empty tomb and the band of angels who questioned why the women were seeking the living among the dead. A close look at […]

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One of My Heroes

One of my heroes is a man named Joseph. You might know him as Joseph of Arimathea, the rich man who asked for permission to take the body of Jesus from the cross and give him a proper burial (Luke 23:44-56). What he did was almost unheard of and quite courageous. It was unheard of […]

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Three Amazing Statements from the Cross

Jesus uttered seven recorded statements from the cross. Those statements are found across the four Gospels. Each statement is filled with meaning and significance, but three of these are astounding in nature. Please look with me at the statements and their significance. First, Jesus cried out the words of Psalm 22:1, “My God, my God, […]

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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)