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This Special Day

This is my Easter greeting to those who worship at First Baptist Church, Covington, Louisiana, where I preach the gospel and serve the congregation.   Welcome to First Baptist Church and to our Easter weekend services! We are thankful you have come to join us as we worship and celebrate what God has done for […]

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When Good Friends Can’t Agree

One of the most amazing passages of Scripture involves the break up of the missionary team of Paul and Barnabas. These men who had supported one another and done so much for the Kingdom of God could not agree about taking John Mark with them on their second missionary journey. Mark had deserted them on […]

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Who Are You?

I am amazed at how the Apostle Paul dealt with controversy and false teachers. False teachers, often known as Judaizers, attacked the churches of Colossae (and presumably Hieropolis and Laodicea) with an issue about receiving the fullness of the gospel. While we don’t know much about the heretical teaching, we do know that many false […]

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Worrying Over Relationships

Broken relationships and worry seem to go hand in hand. If you did an inventory of what worries you most, you might find that relationships rise to the top of the list. During this week, I’ve tried to give steps–both biblical and practical–to overcome your worries. Today we deal with step four. This may be […]

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Why This Is A Good Day

“You used to be far from God. Your thoughts made you his enemies, and you did evil things. But his Son became a human and died. So God made peace with you, and now he lets you stand in his presence as people who are holy and faultless and innocent” (Colossians 1:21-22, CEV). “At that […]

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