There are three main ways to view a parade in New Orleans—from the sidewalk, from the neutral ground, or from the center (marching in a band, riding on a float or on horseback, etc.). The thing about New Orleans parades is that regardless of...

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      Best Kept Secret

      02.04.11 | by Bob Moore

      One of the best kept secrets of First Baptist New Orleans is our senior adult ministry. Among other monthly activities, over forty senior adults gather each month in our fellowship hall for their Fourth Friday program, which includes a delicious...

        Brown Out Blessings

        01.24.11 | by Christi Gibson

        Sunday morning, FBNO experienced a brownout. If you Google that, you'll find one definition that says a brownout is a "planned voltage reduction by a utility company to counter excessive demand on their generation and distribution...

          Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

          01.15.11 | by Denise Diano

          Last night at Taylor Playground was a little different. Brother Ed, the pastor who preaches our service, couldn't be there. We wondered early in the day if we should brave the cold -- but decided that it was worth it, even if only a few showed up...

          Daily Bible Readings

          01.04.11 | by Christi Gibson

          Here's the link to receive a plan for reading the Bible through this year: http://www.oneyearbibleonline.com/january.asp?version=51&startmmdd=0101

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