Larry has practiced law for over 25 years. The practice of law has exposed him to conflict, its damaging effects and the need for a biblically based alternative for followers of Christ. As a lawyer, he has been certified to mediate conflicts in both family and civil courts of South Carolina. He has taken training in mediation and conflict coaching through Peacemaker Ministries, an internationally recognized peacemaking organization. Larry is certified to present the "Managing Workplace Conflict" seminar prepared by the Mediation Training Institute. He is a member of Southside Fellowship (formerly Southside Baptist Church) for forty years. His involvement at Southside has included service as a deacon, teacher, member of various project committees including Pastoral search committee. Most recently, he has assisted the church in building its culture of peace. He has conducted a staff retreat in peacemaking for a local Christian agency and an international missionary agency in Athens Greece.
Larry has been teaching experience in junior high, high school and college levels.
He is married to the former Rebecca Jones. They have four lovely children and four super grandchildren, with two more grandchildren on the way in 2010.
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We believe that the Bible story is the story of peace and that peace is found in the person of Christ. We believe that the Gospel, “that Jesus gave himself for our sins that He might deliver us from this present evil age, according to the will of the Father” (Gal 1:4) is the fundamental truth that brings peace to all people. We believe that the source of peace is in being known by God and living daily under the leadership of the Holy Spirit.
On the waters of life there is often turmoil. Storms arise and threaten everything we hold dear. But peacetalk is committed to the idea that when the Spirit enters and drives the boat of our lives, we can find the still waters. The wind of the Spirit, is caught by the sails of our hearts and we can know peace in the middle of the worse storms of life.
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