I already believed that God’s timing is always perfect. I experienced that again last week while visiting El Salvador with Compassion International. Compassion values that their ministry be Christ-centered, church-based, and child-focused. I witnessed the success of their keeping these values during my stay in El Salvador last week. Here’s my story about the perfection […]
About Dr. Steve Horn
Steve Horn was born in Columbia, Louisiana, and grew up in Lafayette. He has a B.A. in History from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, as well as a M. Div. in Biblical Studies and a Ph.D. in Greek/New Testament from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Most recently he served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Lafayette from June 2005 through May 2019. Prior to his ministry in Lafayette he pastored churches in New Iberia, Livingston and Natalbany.
Dr. Horn has served in numerous national and state denominational positions including President of the Louisiana Baptist Convention in 2014-2015 and President of the Executive Board of the LBC in 2010-2011.
He is married to Linett and they have two sons, Joshua and Dru.
Entries by Dr. Steve Horn
We need each other. We knew this already, but we seem to forget this too often. Seeing people help each other from every walk of life is rewarding even in the midst of tragedy We need God. Without a spiritual compass that points to an empty cross, an empty tomb, and an awaiting eternal glory […]
A few days ago I wrote about some spiritual lessons that we can learn from catastrophic events. Let me continue with a few additional thoughts today. Advanced preparation is the key. In all matters of life, we must get ready well in advance of the problem. The time to prepare for eternity is now. The […]
Genesis 32:24-32 Jacob’s struggle with the “man of God” sets the stage for some lessons we can learn. Jacob wrestled through the night with this unidentified “man of God.” Jacob demanded, “I will not let you go unless you bless me.” Can our wrestling with catastrophes like flooding bless us? They can if we are […]
See, I set before you today life and prosperity, death and destruction. (Deuteronomy 30:15 NIV) The Book of Deuteronomy begins with this phrase, “These are the words Moses spoke to all Israel.” More than just a sentence of introduction, “These are the words” was the literal title that this book went by in the Hebrew […]
If you live in my part of the world (Louisiana) you likely have seen a headline in recent days that indicated, “All Eyes on Gulf” or “Watching the Tropics” or something similar. We are waiting to see how much rain we get with a Tropical System. After a similar system in August 2016 which flooded […]
I have said many times that one of the great blessings of being in ministry is to have been able to have my life cross paths with so many folks. Some I remember for being “characters;” others I remember for their character. Leroy “T-Pop” Derouen is remembered for both. T-Pop is now with the Lord. […]
Ravi Zacharias told a story a few years ago at the Louisiana Governor’s Prayer Breakfast that has stayed with me. Zacharias said that he was lecturing at the Ohio State University in the late 1980s. His host had picked him up, and they were driving to the speaking venue when they passed the Wexner Center […]
In 1928 one of our American submarines, S4, sank off the eastern coast on a dive after routine maintenance work. Divers made contact through Morse code. After initial exchange of how many on board, what is your condition etc., the divers received the message from those on board, “Is there any hope?” In the midst […]
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