4,200 copies purchased, downloaded or borrowed on Amazon Kindle!
Larry’s first novel
was published to the Amazon Kindle Select platform in January 2016. In the first week we sold or gave away nearly 500 copies, and many more have read it since then. A dozen reader reviews are available here, and following are some early reader comments:
"Couldn't put it down until my Kindle died. I should have fully charged it first."
"Larry's brain is full of really interesting things."
"Fountains was hard on the heart. In a good way. I had to stop reading it right before bedtime."
"My boyfriend's reading it on his phone. I couldn't get him to put it down."
When you've finished Fountains, please return to Amazon and give it your honest review. Thank you!
Read Larry's first magazine article, The Trials of Leaping Lizard, which
won a Guideposts Youth Writing Award in 1975.
Read the 1981 EPA national award winner, Beyond
Dudley Kalloch, tells the amazing
and inspiring story of a wise acorn, a compassionate pebble, and one very
Recent blog posts*
On The Crimson Worm:
On The Last Word:
What’s Larry working on right now?
Apocalypse is Larry’s first science fiction novel, and has been a decade
in the planning. Four chapters (the first of three parts of the book) are now completed, and Larry hopes to finish
the rest by the end of 2018.
You can now read more about Part 1 on my blog.
Last Word is the leadership blog of Elim
EV Free Church on South Hill, WA. The
Crimson Worm is a biblical word-study blog, and ShBlog presents Larry’s personal
reflections on life.
Larry’s Sermons (Audio)
- Paying the price for peacemaking (co-taught with Jason Comerford)
- Betrayal and the faithfulness of God
- Women of imperfect
faith … who have changed the world! A look at the lives of Sarah,
Lydia, Deborah, Jael, Miriam, Mary Magdalene, Joanna, and Susanna.
Aftermath. The Absalom incident (2 Samuel 13:1-18:33). Final installment in the “One
Heart, Many Faces” series.
Martha, Jesus … and margin. What happens at the core of your life
depends on how much room you leave around the edges. (Luke 10:38ff)