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Come See Our New Place!

We have an open house for our new offices today (Sunday) at 11:00 AM for those who attend Bible Study and Worship earlier and at noon for those who follow the later schedule. We are thrilled about our new office building, and we want to show it to you. While we still have a lot […]

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How Was Vacation Bible School?

All this week I have been asked, “How was Vacation Bible School?” Those who asked wanted to know everything. How many enrolled, how many kids, how did the building work out for VBS? The interesting thing about these questions is that they primarily came from senior adults or older, working people. You would think that […]

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A Great Week

It’s been a great week! Vacation Bible School has gone really well. We’ve had a great group of volunteers, and we’ve seen a number of children come to know Christ. On Friday, I spoke with a grandmother who has had two of her grandchildren that don’t go to church accept Christ. What a blessing that […]

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Looking Toward the Future

This has been quite a week. Here are three items you need to know. First, we had a great week of Vacation Bible School. We enrolled almost 1400 children and adults. We saw many children pray to receive Christ, and we are looking forward to following up on their decisions. On Thursday morning, one of […]

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Next Gen VBS!

VBS begins Monday morning! In case you are new to church, especially to First Baptist Church, you may not know the significance of Vacation Bible School. Vacation Bible School is one of our Next Generation (Next Gen) ministries. In VBS, we teach Scripture, life, and Jesus to over 1,000 students age 4-6th graders. VBS gives […]

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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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[Life by the Spirit] You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love. — Galatians 5:13 (NIV)