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Would You Like to Change?

Almost everyone makes New Year’s resolutions, and almost no one follows through. In fact, most people don’t even make it through January for their hoped for new way of living. If you want to start something new, you have to do something different. What are some things you can do to make significant changes in your […]

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Can I Change My Disposition?

Can I change my disposition? I’m sure you’ve heard someone protest how they cannot change. Usually, they say something like this. “You have to take me the way I am. I can’t change. That just the way I am.” Is that true? Is it impossible to change? Are we destined for impatience, frustration, anger, and […]

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You Must Be Willing to Change

Change is absolutely essential in the life of a believer. God calls us to make the ultimate change by giving up our pride and trusting Christ. Once we have yielded to Christ, we are called to participate with God in our sanctification as we grow more and more like Christ. Our desire to become like […]

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The Biggest Problem I Face as a Follower of Christ

Today I intend to write about one of the biggest problems believer’s face. It’s also has one of the easiest solutions. The problem is how to get to the place I really want to be in my relationship with Christ. For example, you know you should be witnessing of your faith in Christ or tithing […]

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Go Spurs–Go Church!

Sunday night the San Antonio Spurs won the National Basketball Association Championship by beating Lebron James and the two time champion Miami Heat four games to one. The Spurs are being widely credited with playing some of the best basketball ever. They won four of the five games played by more than 15 points each […]

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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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For it has been granted to you on behalf of Christ not only to believe in him, but also to suffer for him, — Philippians 1:29 (NIV)