What Would You Do?

Last week I attended a meeting of Baptist leaders. It was a good meeting with many important decisions made. One of the parts of the meeting was a devotional by one of the pastors. I have thought about it repeatedly ever since. The message by pastor Wayne Hunt was brief, to the point, and penetrating. […]

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Is An Awakening Possible For America?

When a place is without a church or a message of hope and redemption, moral conditions will inevitably decline. Today, we are in the midst of severe cultural, moral, and spiritual decline in America. Is it possible that God will bless us again with awakening? That was also the case in the America west of […]

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My Thoughts On The National Prayer Breakfast

Martha and I enjoyed a wonderful experience last week. We traveled to Washington, DC, to attend the National Prayer Breakfast sponsored by members of the House of Representatives and the Senate. We had a great trip, traveling with Michael and Donna Sprague and Joey and Gwen LaCoste. We enjoyed the fellowship and we enjoyed the […]

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“Why Haven’t I Heard This Before?”

Last week Martha and I were blessed to attend the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC, sponsored by the Senate and the House of Representatives. We enjoyed the atmosphere and the opportunity to fellowship with so many believers from all over the world. Eric Metaxas gave the keynote address. He offered a compelling view of […]

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Little Things Make All The Difference

 I love football. I probably love it for all of the reasons that most people do. I love the close games, the fact that it is a physical sport that demands such training and devotion. I love games that go down to the wire (unless I am watching my favorite teams where I always want a blowout!). […]

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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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Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. — Romans 12:10 (NIV)