Larry Lohr was born in Latrobe, Pa in June 1952. He graduated from Ligonier Valley High and Latrobe Vo-Tech in 1970 with a Certificate in Electronics. He made his commitment to Jesus Christ and was baptized about that time and asked God for wisdom. He then attended and graduated from Penn Technical Institute with an Associate Degree in Electronics in 1972. He worked as an Electronic Technician for NCR in Cambridge, Ohio from 1972-1975.
He then married and took a temporary job as a grounds keeper at a Ligonier golf course in order to return to Pa. Then he worked at Shuster’s Building Components from 1975-1978 while building his own home. They built prehung doors, windows, and stairs some of which he acquired at a discount to use in his home. While working there he became head of the Bifold and Sliding Door Department and through his leadership doubled production with the same man power. They also took advantage of his electrical troubleshooting ability.
Then He was hired at Volkswagen in New Stanton, Pa where he ultimately worked in skilled trades as a Journeyman WEMR for 10 years. That acronym stands for welding equipment maintenance and repair. It was the second highest hourly pay grade. It required understanding and repair abilities in many trades including electrical, electronic, pneumatic, tooling, welding, cooling, hydraulics, robotics, mechanics, and just about anything needed to weld the car together. He was selected to receive special training in welding timer repair and robotic repair so he could work in their electronics repair room. He was often called upon to help others in the trade with difficult troubleshooting problems.
When the VW plant closed in 1988 he took advantage of free schooling and attended WCCC and took a Microprocessor Engineering Certificate program along with Heating and Air Conditioning. He was required to take college writing in order to receive his certificate.
After that he worked at a glass plant, Lenox Crystal in Mt Pleasant as an Electrician.
After that he became self-employed doing pretty much what ever came up from computer and printer repair, odd jobs, recycling just about anything mostly metals, scrap wood, motor oil, and French fry grease which he runs his car on. He modified several vehicles to run it by his own design. He gardens, hunts, likes to fish, heats water and his house with solar and wood or whatever will burn.
As you might be starting to see he can think for himself outside the box of conformity that has put most into bondage. He refuses to wear suits, ties, or other expensive clothes, but dresses practically for comfort. He has learned that the money you don’t spend you don’t have to earn, so what you do earn goes a lot farther. He knows who he is in his own skin and does not need to bow to worldly materialism in order to feel good about his self.
He has gone through a very rough 15 years of severe trials and tribulation spent mostly alone with God. God has been filling him with the wisdom he asked Him for, for most of his life along with how lost most people are and why. Now he is compelled to share what God has shown him to anyone willing to receive it in hope of saving them from tribulation and ultimately hell. It agonizes him to watch others stumbling through life like zombies while they are victimized by society, money, sin, government, health care, materialism, and even religion. He wants to help others find real freedom from all of those things in the real truth of Gods word and therefore a real relationship with Him. Therefore he desperately hopes they read his short but very powerful book The Lies We Are Taught In Church.
He does not expect to get rich from it especially at that price. He would just give it away for free but he hopes it will get on the best sellers list so many get it and transform their lives.
He hopes you check out his web page and watch for other info he offers free there and hopefully here soon.
God bless all for reading.
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The Lies We Are Taught In Church
by Larry Lohr
This book is about exposing lies, deception, false doctrines, and the apostate church. The purpose is for revival and to help people find truth that has been covered up by corruption and greed without regard for the need of people for truth and salvation. I hate watching people stumble through life in the darkness. We all need to shine what light we can to help those around us. Isn't that love?
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