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Altho we represent some of the most talented communicators in Christendom ... well, we actually have something to say ourselves. We may be slightly prejudiced but we like to think we have some very astute, and creative, thinkers at Ambassador. Here's what's been on their minds most recently. Oh--feel free to post a comment too ... in fact, we'd love to hear what you think as well!

The Dog Days of Summer!

  • Friday, July 31, 2009
  • Chloe Miss
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I'm all over that "dog days" idea.  You may think it's all about the icky, sticky days of Summer when you're better off in an air-conditioned dog house.  But it originated with the ancient Romans who thought the earth got its heat from the stars.  The brightest was Canis Major ("big dog")-Sirius.  Hey, I'm not just some pretty face-I know these things!


Bring treats-I'll see you on facebook.


Chloe (Ambassador's "big dog")

 

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Embracing the Journey

  • Tuesday, July 21, 2009
  • Michelle Blood
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After living in So Cal most of my life, I anticipated our relocation to the Amish countryside to be idyllic.  Besides missing family and friends, though, it was difficult to get used to the endless rainy days, not finding one good Mexican restaurant nearby, a lack of retail stores (i.e. Macy's), horse and buggies slowing down traffic   . . . and then, there's that pungent smell of farmers preparing their soil for crops.   Yep, quite a contrast to my life in California. 

 

Recently while Steve and I were driving home from church, God reminded me ...

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A Small Town Celebration

  • Monday, July 6, 2009
  • Carolyn Kim
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Old BisbeeI've never been a city girl. In fact, my hometown didn't even have a traffic light until I was in the 8th grade...even then, it didn't do much good-the old timers just treated it like a stop sign anyway.

If I had the time, I could tell you all sorts of things that makes living in a small town unique...it's the waving to people you don't know, the town newspaper that tells about people having flat tires and cows in the road, and the way everything is about community.

The 4th ...

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