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Larry has always ha for recognizing the humor in everyday situations. He’s also had a way of recognizing the deeper significance of what might seem like an insignificant event.”
- Governor Mike Huckabee, Little Rock, Arkansas
“. . . My Story Your Story His Story provides you with an opportunity to have a relational encounter and spiritual influence on your family, for generations to come.”
- Dr. Gary Smalley, Author of The DNA of Relationships
“With delightful prose and illuminating style, one feels as if he is sitting on the back porch recounting life's precious memories with an old friend.”
- Dr. Robert Imhoff, President of Mid- Continent University, Mayfield, Kentucky
“Larry Toller, with wit and insight is giving us all a great look into his life and ministry. Better still, he has given us a tool to challenge us to record our own story, the record of God's dealings in our lives. Take the time to read and be blessed and to write and bless others!”
- Bill Elliff, Directional Pastor, The Summit Church, North Little Rock, Arkansas
“In this insightful book, Larry Toller helps us to tell that story in fresh ways that will bring hope and encouragement to family and friends. I’m glad that God gifted Larry to offer this book to us.”
- Dr. Andrew Westmoreland, President, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
Imagine if you had stories in your hand from your grandmother, father or other beloved family members. Wouldn't they be irreplaceable? The passing of stories from one generation to another has been a long standing tradition throughout history. But where are the stories today? Where are the stories of faith, love, friendship, humor and a library of other topics? They need to be written. They need to be told. We invite your church to attend a SecondWind Conference or Retreat. Come and reminisce with us as we rediscover the wonder of story telling for future generations. The conference is led by author and speaker, Larry Toller based on his book, My Story Your Story His Story. The conference/retreat will answer these questions: ~ What is my legacy and why is it important?~ What is my responsibility to "the next generation?” ~ How do I share "My Story"? ~ How can I change the world and influence millions of people?
The Year of the Bible
is a fifty-two week Read/Study/Do small group study of Bible stories in four 3 month volumes. Includes a plan to read the Bible through in one year.
Living & Dying
If you are reading this you are alive. You are living. Congratulations! But you are also dying. All of us are. We are one breath closer to that moment of taking our last breath. Living is not just breathing, heart beating, blood flowing and body functioning. Living is what we do and can do while we are occupying space above ground. The stories, poems and prosetry in this book are about either living or dying or both, because everything, in every moment, is about living or dying. It’s not about the fact we are still pumping blood, it’s what we do and who we are while blood is pumping.
Be The Love Light Life
is a private or small group study for followers of Christ who decide to "Be the Church."
$14.95. ebook $1.99
The Original Story of the Little Pigs
is a wonderful book for parents to read to their children and may create opportunities for great family discussions. The Little's have a day like so many families do. At the end of the day an unlikely observer is inspired to write a playful verse.
$11.95. ebook $1.99
The Lincoln Collection is a set of three books about the beloved President and
are featured in the bookstore at Abraham Lincoln's State Park in New Salem, Illinois.
Walking with Abraham in Illinois
He was a simple yet complex man, blessed with multiple gifts and in spite of misfortune, disappointments, tragedy, and a nation at war with itself, he stood firm in his convictions with resolve, humility and a sense of humor. Think not of the legend because the legend is not as dynamic as this real man, a man who experienced great heartache, sorrow, rejection, ridicule and failure. Yet he stands head and shoulders (historically and in many cases physically) above others in history. The struggle at times over took him and, if he had chosen, could have destroyed him. It was hard. It was unpleasant. At times, it was heartbreaking. Thankfully, he stayed on course.
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Comforting a Nation
President Abraham Lincoln was Assassinated on Good Friday, April 12, 1865. As the news spread across the nation, pastors knew their Easter Sunday Message must change. The nation was plunged into mourning and as they entered places of worship on Sunday, they needed a Word from the Lord. They needed comfort. Many sermons and orations marked the occasion of President Lincoln's death on Easter Sunday, April 14, 1865. These sermons by prominent pastors of the day are representative the multitudes who brought comfort to a grieving nation.
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Funny Man Abraham
Much has been written about Abraham Lincoln. Almost every account of him makes note of his tremendous sense of humor. Lincoln loved laughter. If he or anyone else could make him the brunt of any joke, all the better. He loved the sound of others laughing. Perhaps it was his simple ordinariness, which put people at ease. Often in conversation he would swing his long leg over the arm of the chair and speak in commonplace language. It was hard to be awed in the presence of Lincoln; he was approachable, human, and simple. He would use humor to disarm opposition, or gain good will. Humor was a safety valve for him. Otherwise, he would have been crushed by all he had to deal with daily.
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Larry Toller is the pastor at Chapel of the South Fork, South Fork, Colorado. He has served in pastoral positions in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Texas. Prior to coming to Illinois in 2000, he was a policy adviser on staff with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. He has also served in business administration positions at the Arkansas Baptist Children's Home, Monticello, Arkansas, and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.