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There is an Answer to our Problems

What’s the answer to our problem with sin? How do we get unstuck from a life of rebellion? How do we get rid of things in our lives that harm our families and our very lives? The Bible gives a simple, consistent answer. “So I say, live by the Spirit, and you will not fulfill […]

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Moving to the Next Level

Is anything more of a universal need than moving to the next level? Wouldn’t you like to take your marriage or business to the next level? How about your personal finances? Does the same apply to your relationship with God? What would life look like if you moved forward with God to the next level? Why not […]

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The Gifts God Bestows

“The basic idea [of spiritual gifts] is that each believer is a living part of Christ’s body, and each one has a spiritual function to perform. Each believer has a gift (or gifts) to be used for the building up of the body and the perfecting of the other members of the body. In short, we […]

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How We Change

Change is hard. Brain researcher, Dr. Gerhard Roth of the University of Bremen in Germany, explains why. “The brain is always trying to automate things and to create habits, which it imbues with feelings of pleasure. Holding to the tried and true gives us a feeling of security, safety and competence while at the same […]

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When Life Gets You Down

Let’s face it. Life is going to get you down from time to time. What should you do when you face life’s challenges? First, accept the fact that life is hard. In the military, it’s called knowing your enemy. Simply knowing that life is difficult helps us accept and deal with the problem. It also […]

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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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Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. — 1 John 5:12 (NIV)