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How Can I Do the Things that Matter?

James Clear is a favorite writer. He has written about the power of habits and how you develop those powerful habits. Recently he wrote about adding value to other people. He said that before you ask for value you must give value to others. This fits many areas of life. My blog tomorrow will expound […]

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Learn to Guard Your Time

If you’re going to live healthy and work effectively, you must handle time. I am amazed at how quickly time and things are moving. For the first time in my life, I am even hearing teens talk about how quickly times goes by. How can we guard our time so that we can use it […]

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Me and My Messy Desk

Yesterday morning I spoke to many of our men at our Tuesday Men’s Breakfast. They are very interested in what they should do in service to God and how they should do it. They want to know how to make the most of every opportunity (Colossians 4:5). They know that emergencies, responsibilities, and life itself […]

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Don’t Waste Your Time

Several years ago I read an article with a title something like this, “Five ways Not to Manage Your Time.“ I’m not sure that was the exact title but that was the idea. The author wanted to point out ways  that keep us from getting the most out of the time we work and serve. […]

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Six Ways to Save Time and Stay on Track

Do you remember when the advent of technology was supposed to give us so much free time? It didn’t happen, of course. Since technology can’t give us time, we have to find ways to make our time work for us ourselves. How can we save time and stay on track with all we have to […]

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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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