Year: 2010

If you’ve every visited the scene of a crash or seen pictures of one from overhead you always notice a pattern to the debris field. It starts with skid marks and ends with a pile of debris. That is what …

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If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do? (Psalm 11:3 NASB) Two things collided in my living room this morning as I was trying to pursue God’s Word and got distracted by a wall posting on Facebook. Following …

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I’ve lately been thinking a lot about prayer and it relationship to God’s word. Many years ago I became familiar with the practice of praying through scripture.  Since I also memorize portions of the Bible, I turn many of my …

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I’m still learning how to manage this new web site, but I messed up and for two weeks whenever a visitor clicked to Read the full article → they were getting sent to the Contributions page.  Though I’d like to …

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During the month of March, I was awake many times in the wee hours of the morning unable to sleep, and so I prayed for everyone who was on my heart or who came to mind.  Those times brought inner …

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Don Lawson Lynch July 27, 1928 – April 3, 2010 Don Lawson Lynch passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Saturday night, April 3rd, 2010 at his home in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. He was 81 years old. …

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I’m sitting in a conference room in northwestern Thailand with a group of web developers from all over the world. We are working in English, but we have Amharic (Ethopia), Arabic (Egypt), French (Mali), Korean and Malayalam (India) speakers.  As if …

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I’m often asked to describe what the technical buzz words: Identity Management really mean.  It is a subject that means something entirely different in the world of corporate information systems than it does to me in the mission field.  Corporate …

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Whenever I drag my travel bags out for a trip the dog gets nervous.  I can’t say I blame him.  He’s been left alone or at a stranger’s house enough times that he recognizes the signs.  By tomorrow morning he’ll …

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Deciding to scrap the old family web site and rebuild it just 4 days before leaving the country was a bit hasty.  Since I already owned the domain name, lichtfamily.org,  I had to wait a overnight for control of the …

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