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Number of Pages: 190
Vendor: Tate Publishing
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.25 X 0.38 (inches)
Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Located in: Springfield, IL
Submitted: August 21, 2006
Tell us a little about yourself. Author and Speaker Larry Toller is the President and co-founder of SecondWind Resources. He is also an Associate Executive Director of the Illinois Baptist State Association in Springfield, Illinois. Prior to coming to Illinois in 2000, he was a policy advisor on staff with Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. Larry 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. Additionally, he has served in multiple staff positions in churches in Texas, Oklahoma and Kentucky and is currently serving on the Board of Trustees for Mid-Continent University in Mayfield, Kentucky. He and wife Kenett have two children and a daughter-in-law: Rebekah, Michael and his wife Paula-Beth.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? What will be your legacy? What is your story that will be repeated for generations yet to come? Will your story go untold because it was never written? Although this is Larry Tollers first published book, My Story Your Story His Story is already tugging at the heartstrings of a world ready to share the wonderful adventure of a life lived with purpose and guidance from God. My Story Your Story His Story is a devotional journaling book. Unlike other devotionals and journals, the reader is encouraged to look to the past and record memories prompted by the story shared by the author. (MY STORY) It is the authors belief that God has written amazing stories in and through our lives. These stories should be recorded for generations who follow to read and learn. (YOUR STORY) Everyone will leave a legacy. A legacy, according to Websters Dictionary is something handed down from one who has gone before. Some sociologists have contended that a person influences not only their children but four generations of children. What will be your legacy? What is your story that will be repeated for generations yet to come? Memory Journaling reaches back to the past for future generations, leaving a lasting legacy of a life lived. God is also the Author of your life and He has given you a story to tell. (HIS STORY)
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Praise for "My Story Your Story His Story" "Larry has always had a knack for recognizing the humor in everyday situations. Hes 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 With simplicity and clarity Larry Toller has recaptured the power of stories. . . Take time to listen and reflect on his stories; then use them to remember, and learn again from the stories of your life. Jim Rahtjen, Pastor, Glenfield Baptist Church, Glen Ellyn, IL 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. Im glad that God gifted Larry to offer this book to us. Dr. Andrew Westmoreland, President, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama