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Today In Metairie And In Covington

Metairie Church is progressing nicely. I am looking forward to preaching at Metairie Church this weekend. Of course, I preach each week by means of media, but this week I will preach “live.” After the service in Metairie we have a lunch fellowship. I am excited about being with new and current friends at Metairie […]

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Great Starts

Metairie Church got off to a great start last week. About 80 people showed up for the initial meeting of this newest worship service of First Baptist Church and for our first multi-campus site. Many of the people who attended were members of FBC who attended to introduce a friend or relative to Metairie Church. […]

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A Historic Weekend

This is a historic weekend for First Baptist Church. It begins the meeting of the Metarie Campus of First Baptist Church. We are thankful for all who have prayed and worked to make this day possible. Please let me share with you my vision for the future of our church and our campuses. First, we […]

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You’ve Got To See Metairie Church

Last week I went to visit the location of our new multi-campus site called Metairie Church–I was blown away. It is an impressive location with an impressive look. You will be thrilled at what you see. Here’s a suggestion for what you can do. Go by during the day when workers are present and look […]

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Metairie Church–Our Strategy

March 10, 2013, will mark the first worship service of Metairie Church. Metairie Church is the first attempt by our congregation in pursuing a multi-campus strategy to reach our area for Christ. This is how Metairie Church will work. The church will not be separate; it will be First Covington meeting in a different location […]

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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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Sitting down, Jesus called the Twelve and said, “Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all.” — Mark 9:35 (NIV)