Author Archives: Larry Doyle

About Larry Doyle

Larry is the Director of Missions for the Piedmont Baptist Association. He has served overseas with the International Mission Board (SBC), in Charlotte NC as the Director of International Ministries, and as a pastor in North Carolina and Kentucky. He is married to Rebekah Hill, a native of Greensboro NC, and has two children and three grandchildren.

Like A Splinter in Your Mind

In the movie, The Matrix, the character Morpheus said to Neo, “You are here because you know something.  What you know, you can’t explain, but you feel it.  You’ve felt it your entire life.  There is something wrong with the world, but … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Undercover Boss

Personally, I don’t care for most “reality” television shows today.  There is one exception however. I really enjoy Undercover Boss.  It airs on Sunday evenings, so I don’t get to watch it often. But the couple of time I have, … Continue reading

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Junk Removal

The other day I noticed one of those hand painted, cardboard signs nailed on a telephone pole at an intersection.  It read, “Junk Removal.”  There was a telephone number to call if you were interested in having your junk removed. … Continue reading

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The Jesus Nut

In many helicopters, there is a rotor-retaining nut that holds the main rotor to the mast. If that nut comes loose during flight, the rotors would detach from the mast and the aircraft would plunge quickly to the earth. This … Continue reading

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From A to Z

Recently I heard someone say, “The best way from A to Z is to start with Z.”  This truth can be applied to many things in our lives.  Whether it is a goal for a short-term project, a special event, … Continue reading

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How Black Was Black Friday?

They call it, “Black Friday.”  The Friday after Thanksgiving is the one day when people in the United States spend more money, and buy more things than any other day of the year.  In some cases, more things are bought … Continue reading

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How Is Business?

It has been said, there are two, critical questions every successful CEO and business owner must answer.  First, “What is your business?”  Second, “How is business?” If we put these two questions to the Church, how would we answer them?   … Continue reading

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