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Which Would You Choose?

If you had the choice of living in a new house and a new neighborhood, would you try to find a “good” neighborhood rather than a “bad” one? Would you want to live next to kind, caring, considerate neighbors or brawling, angry, inconsiderate ones? Since we all know the answer to those questions, let me […]

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Sermon Series “Wisdom For Difficult Times”

Do we go over the fiscal cliff? Will we go back into another recession? What will happen in the Middle East? Will Iran develop a nuclear weapon? Will North Korea develop a long range missile to reach the west coast of the United States? The questions about the future go on and on. These may […]

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Why I Start The Day With God

“The power of God’s Word–This morning I came to the Word greatly discouraged. I left greatly encouraged”–Paul Washer. I need to spend time with God, and I need to do so at the beginning of the day. No one should be ashamed or intimidated by someone else’s schedule or practice. The Bible does not give […]

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Good Questions For Hard Decisions

Decisions are often difficult to make, but good decisions make all the difference in the world. Having made my share of bad decisions, I have learned over the years to take a little more time and seek God’s direction for my life. I have also learned to ask questions to help me make good decisions. […]

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Choose Which Wisdom You Want

Everyone has the opportunity to experience two kinds of wisdom, a wisdom that is worldly wise and a wisdom which comes from heaven. At first look or thought, you would think we all would follow the latter wisdom, the wisdom that comes from above and is pure, peace-loving, and considerate. We all know this isn’t […]

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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 would foster love covers over an offense, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends. — Proverbs 17:9 (NIV)