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A Lesson in Leadership

Martha and I watch the NBA Playoffs each May. We have watched since early in our marriage. There are probably not many people who do this with the fervor and commitment that we have for these playoffs. That’s where this lesson in leadership comes from. Actually, it’s a very unlikely source. During the NBA’s Western […]

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Celtic Pride

Martha and I love watching the NBA playoffs. During this time of the year, we enjoy getting to watch a game almost every night. When there’s not a game on tv, we get a little melancholy. Martha will even write blogs about the NBA, the playoffs, and the players. If you would like to sample […]

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You Can Make A Difference

Your example can make a difference in someone’s life. Yesterday I had the privilege of preaching at the Alabama Baptist Pastor’s Conference in Montgomery. It’s always a joy to get to preach to pastors. I really don’t feel like the great baseball player Dizzy Dean who said when addressing a group of pastors, “I feel […]

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What Champions Have in Common

Yesterday was a fun day for me. We started the day with worshiping with our brothers and sisters at First Baptist Church Covington. After lunch, we joined with many of the church family and other churches in our area for the regional speakers tournament and Bible drill held at our church. It’s always a thrill […]

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What Would You Do with $97 Million?

What would you do with $97 million? I have a sad story of how $97 million was earned and lost. While most of us can’t lose $97 million, we can certainly follow the same path as Vin Baker, four time National Basketball Association all-star and outstanding basketball player in the NBA for thirteen seasons. He […]

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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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He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things? — Romans 8:32 (NIV)