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Seven Reasons to Come Back to Church This Weekend

You came to church this last weekend and you enjoyed being present with the family of God. Why not come back this weekend? Even better, why not make a commitment to make worship with the people of God your weekly practice? Here are seven reasons why you should worship with the saints (that’s all set […]

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A Beginning Point for Prayer

You may be beginning to pray or you may be beginning again. Good for you. What should you do as you seek to deepen your prayer life? Let’s remember no one on earth has a precise formula for prayer. Prayer is so much more than a formula or a recitation. It is coming into the […]

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Welcome to Easter Worship!

Welcome to worship at First Baptist Church. We thank you for attending with us today. We are here today because Jesus is alive and at work in His church and in His people. We want to live for God and honor Him in all that we do. You obviously know to worship God at Easter […]

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God’s Call and Our Response

A call is what you would do for nothing that others would not do for any amount of money. “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart”–Jeremiah 29:13. “God chooses, or elects, people for service. No one in the Old Testament is elected because of greatness (see Deuteronomy […]

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What the Church Must Be and Do

“There is power in our desperation. It is not enough to simply hold a meeting where we earnestly pray over our sin–we need to pursue repentance unto deliverance”–George Otis, Jr. “The man who loves his life will lose it . . . Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant will […]

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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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Take delight in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. — Psalm 37:4 (NIV)