‘Life apps’



Your Relationships Are Everything

What could be more important for your happiness than good relationships with family, friends, and church? When people retire what do they miss most? Very few people miss the stress or pressure. Even less miss the inordinate demands a job can make, but almost everyone misses the people they have worked with and gotten to […]

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Four Statements You Should Make to God

Not everyone believes in God and some do not want to believe in God. Those people may never know God, and that’s a bad thing. To know God and to get to spend your life with Him is a good thing. Here are four things I think everyone should say to God. I would encourage […]

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Who Will You Tell About Jesus?

As I preached yesterday I became acutely aware of John the Apostle’s depiction of how so many people told their friends and family about Jesus (John 1:35–51). It’s really amazing. You immediately begin to get an understanding of how the New Testament church grew. It was one person telling another person of who they had […]

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My Takeaways from Christmas 2016

Amazingly, Christmas is now behind us, and as with all other years we now have to look to the future (and eat less!). Here are some of my takeaways for Christmas this year. First, I need Christmas. This is what I mean: I need the hope of Christmas and the joy of Christmas. I need […]

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How Can We Know God?

How can we know God? We all have a problem. How can we know God? How can we know what He’s like and what matters to Him? These are fundamental questions about life. How do I know there really is a God, and how can I get to know Him? We understand the problem. John […]

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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)