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Got Anxiety? I’ve Got Help

Worry and anxiety seem to be fairly common. Sometimes I find myself awake in the middle of the night worrying about something that may or may not have any serious significance. Here’s the good news. God has plenty to say about worry and anxiety. Both Jesus and Paul addressed it head on. What can we […]

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There is Help for Discouragement

Are Americans more depressed than other nations? One of the areas that we must constantly guard is our feelings, especially related to discouragement and depression. Some studies have shown that Americans seem to be more depressed than other peoples of the world. Isn’t it amazing, the people with the most in the world are most […]

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Worrying Over Relationships

Broken relationships and worry seem to go hand in hand. If you did an inventory of what worries you most, you might find that relationships rise to the top of the list. During this week, I’ve tried to give steps–both biblical and practical–to overcome your worries. Today we deal with step four. This may be […]

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Practical Advice for Worry

I have a friend who’s in touch with God who says “All truth is God’s truth.” If that’s true, we would expect to find practical ideas to help us with the common problems of life. Today, we’re going to look at practical ideas to deal with worry. Here is one very important point to remember. […]

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Swap Your Worry for Something Better

We all face worry. It seems to be a part of life we all face. But worry does not have to consume us. There is a better way. Each day this week we are looking at four steps to overcome worry. Step One: Trust the Father.  Jesus told His followers not to worry but to […]

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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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Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. — Philippians 2:3-4 (NIV)