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About Pastor Wayne

I am a Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary graduate who is glad to know that we can have hope in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ because His mercies are new every morning (Lam. 3:22-23). I am a conservative, Bible believing Christian Pastor. I am married to a very godly young woman who has blessed me with a precious daughter. I hope this blog will be thought provoking and encouraging to all of you! God Bless!

In the Fullness of Time!

“But when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the Law, so that He might redeem those who were under the Law, that we might receive the adoption as sons.” … Continue reading

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The Devastating Effects of Politics!

One need look no further than the current “Debt Crisis” in our nation’s capitol to see the devastating effects of politics. I have long heard the saying that the term, “politicians,” means “many blood suckers.” This rationale comes from a … Continue reading

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A Thoughtful Essay by an SBC Historian/Theologian!

Reconciling Congregational Polity and Pastoral Authority: Part One May 5th, 2011 by Nathan Finn From Baptists have historically affirmed congregational polity, or the idea that the church’s membership governs itself by means of democratic processes under the lordship of … Continue reading

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Being an Authentic Disciple of Jesus Christ!

The following is an excerpt from: Bryant, David.  “What it means to be a World Christian.” Perspective’s on the World Christian Movement: A Reader.  Ed. Ralph D. Winter and Steven C. Hawthorne. Pasadena: William Carey Library, 1986, pp 825-826. “What, … Continue reading

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The Church and Prayer!

As we look at the American Church today, it is important to realize that wherever God is working, the devil is also present to oppose. Whenever God’s people say, “Let us rise up and obey,” the devil and his demonic … Continue reading

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What do you think has traditionally been the most effective at reaching people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ: Church Worship Services or Sunday School? Let me know what you think!

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