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A Theology of Marriage

My preaching about relationships and mirroring the image of God in all our relationships has caused me to look again at marriage and what God intended for marriages. While I don’t have space or expertise to give you “The Theology of Marriage,” I certainly can give you a few very important teachings about marriage in […]

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Genesis Two and Relationships

Genesis chapter one and chapter two are quite different, but it’s not that they are contradictory. They look at life from different perspectives. For example, Genesis one gives us a view of creation from a cosmic perspective. I often call it the 35,000 foot perspective. Genesis one is the picture of creation for the universe […]

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Women and the Bible

I don’t have to tell you that the subject of women and the Bible is a big deal. We hear and read of this issue almost everywhere we turn. What can we learn? Let’s be real. A blog of 500 words is not going to cover the subject of women in the Bible, but we […]

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Center Stage

When God created the universe, the creation of human beings took center stage. Genesis one and two both speak of the creation of humans. Each account puts the man and woman at the center of everything. In Genesis 1, God speaks of the creation from the point of view of the universe. He brought everything […]

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It’s Valentine’s Day!

Over a week ago, I asked Martha what she wanted for Valentine’s Day. She reacted positively, but she never gave me an answer! Don’t worry. I have come up with my own answer. Valentine’s day is a big deal, as it should be. Social scientists have never come up with a satisfactory answer of why […]

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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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Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. — Romans 5:3-4 (NIV)