My Story Your Story His Story
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 author’s 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)
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)
From the Foreword written By
Governor Mike Huckabee . . .
"Larry has always had a knack 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.
Through the stories in these pages, Larry follows the example of Jesus, the greatest communicator who ever lived, by teaching us simple lessons from everyday situations. Jesus taught his disciples, and us, the important lessons by observing life as it happened.
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. the fact we are still pumping blood, it’s what we do and who we are while blood is pumping.
The StoryTeller: Genesis
The Original Story of the Little Pigs
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. It was life, real life. Thankfully, he stayed on course.
Larry Toller is the pastor at Chapel of the South Fork, South Fork, Colorado.
He has had a variety of professional work experience including Director of Business and Support Services at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Business Administrator for the Arkansas Baptist Children’s Home, Policy Advisor on Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s Staff, Associate Executive Director of the Illinois Baptist State Association of Churches. In addition to administrative leadership positions he has served in pastoral positions in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Oklahoma,Texas and Colorado.