Who’s Your One?

Beginning in January, we are planning to emphasize people coming to know and follow Christ with a special emphasis called, “Who’s Your One?” Have you considered what would happen if we all would simply seek to reach one person we already know for Christ? How many could be reached if we determined to pray daily […]

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What We Can Learn from the Church in Iran

The church in Iran is widely believed to be the fastest growing church in the world. You can read about the church here. What can we learn from the church in Iran? First, we need to emphasize making disciples. The article said the church in Iran grows from individual believers making disciples. It does not […]

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The Fastest Growing Church

Last week a friend sent me an article from the Christian Post entitled, ” ‘Fastest-growing church’ has no buildings, no central leadership, and is mostly led by women.” I read the article with amazement. Since then, I have read the article two more times. It is an article about hope and the power of the […]

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Prophecy Often Gets A Bad Rap

Prophets and prophecy often get a bad rap. Today, I want to give some basic facts about prophets of the Old Testament. For many reasons, prophecy in the New Testament probably needs its own discussion which may come sometime in the future. Who are prophets, and what did they do? The prophet Amos is the […]

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Takeaways About Prayer

Prayer is at the heart of our Christian faith. In Scripture, we find many examples of prayer including and culminating with Jesus’ model prayer (the Lord’s Prayer). We also find exhortations to pray, and we find different aspects of prayer. One of the great passages about prayer is Paul’s writing to the Ephesians. In this […]

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I am the senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Covington, Louisiana, a position that I have held since 1989.

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Restore to me the joy of your salvation and grant me a willing spirit, to sustain me. — Psalm 51:12 (NIV)