Dr Larry Taylor is an ordained minister and board certified healthcare chaplain endorsed for ministry by the American Baptist Churches USA (http://www.abc-usa.org). He came to Christ during the Jesus People Movement, was first ordained by the Church of the Brethren, then by Calvary Chapel where he served as a church planter and Bible college director. After his son died by suicide, he left the ministry, earned a PhD in psychology and worked as a psychotherapist treating families and individuals. He and his wife Kathy live in Cincinnati and have five children, eight grandchildren, and two pretty stupid wiener dogs.

Depending on your device and the bandwidth of the internet service you’re using, it may take several minutes to buffer. When the little buffering wheel stops, you’re good to go. They all work fine on my iPhone and Mac desktop.

His story is available for purchase here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/lawrence-taylor-mdiv-phd/as-many-as-i-love-suicide-the-church-and-the-believer/ebook/product-22149771.html

  1. Great to see how busy you are! Remember me? Cher Kinison Lord


  2. John Wickham


    I saw that you replied (tweeted) to a posting that our Lisa and my firstborn (Evan) posted. I had to try and contact you. This is the only way that I found…so I hope you get this.

    It’s been too long Larry. Seriously. Love you brother. Would love to connect sometime.

    Much love. God bless you and yours.

    Your brother in Christ,

    John Wickham


  3. Hi Larry,
    I heard you teach a Calvary Chapel Modesto in the late 90’s. I have your paper, “Things I wish I knew Before I became a Pastor” somewhere on my computer. I want to bless my pastor and several young aspiring church planters where I fellowship. However, I can’t seem to locate it. Would you send it to me via email? Thanks!
    Paul Burgio


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