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2018 Best Practices (#1)

New Year’s resolutions are almost universally accepted and encouraged. It is also almost universally accepted that “resolutions are made to be broken.” Instead of resolutions, should we be speaking of habits? Would it be better to think of principles that we live by that form who we are? When we deal with principles, we describe […]

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Seven Best Practices for 2018

This has been an amazing year, but it is quickly coming to an end. I want to challenge you with some of the practices which will make this next year even better. I see these practices as good for life and a blessing for the woman and man of God. May God bless you as […]

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Our Schedule for the Holidays

Aren’t you amazed at how quickly Christmas has arrived? Let me give you a look at the schedule of First Baptist Church Covington over the next three weeks. We will not have Wednesday activities December 20, 27, or January 3. We will begin with our full slate of classes and ministries Wednesday, January 10. This […]

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It’s 2017! Are Your Relationships Right?

We all love the new year. I just heard someone say that the beginning of the new year is like a new birth. It does feel that we have a chance to start over and to do better than we have in the past. Is that really possible? What should we do in the new […]

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Happy New Year!

I hope you’ve had a great time these last two weeks. We’ve had a wonderful time with family and a wonderful time of worship Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We’ve enjoyed having Brad and Emily and Reagan and Luke with us since Christmas night. The weather was great the first part of the week, and […]

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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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