Author: Russ Licht

Starting Oct. 7, 2017 Jo Anne has been blogging on Russ’s Leukemia journey at: https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/russlicht Caring Bridge is tailor-made for posting health updates to large groups of caring and concerned friends and family. It saves her hours of time otherwise spent texting, …

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Discipleship & Teachers . . . if we just have conferences to reach teachers, but don’t follow them up with discipleship, then the momentum eventually dies out. If we prepare each teacher to reach other teachers, and help them become …

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I’ve been thinking about writing this letter for awhile now, but just couldn’t figure out how to summarize the last 50 days. Late on September 30 I got a call from an elder at my mom’s church. Mom is 82, …

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Sometimes it feels like a high school student can’t impact society, but I am learning not to believe those lies.Our church youth group was helping with a children’s Bible club for inner-city children in New Orleans over Spring Break. That …

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Amy is on the hunt for a college for next year. She has one very promising prospect, and will be traveling there this weekend to learn more. She wants to find a degree program that complements her gifts for working with …

On The Home Front Read More »

Our Global Technology Leaders are gathering next week in Manila, Philippines to hone our leadership skills and to find new ways of using technology to support people who share the Gospel. I was given the topic of “How to Lead …

On Leading Well: “Dear God, I want to be relevant.” Read More »

I’m sad to be leaving Thailand this morning, but I need to get home too. This is the first day our delegates will have a chance to do some flood relief work. There is some heavy lifting and transport needed for …

Thai Floods Read More »

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 …

The Debris Field Read More »

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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