You’ve come to the right place. In our Media Center, you’ll find monthly updates of significant events along with recent press releases about the outstanding ministries and speakers we serve. And occasionally something about ourselves as well.
- Tuesday, January 14, 2014
In a special interview with Rick Warren, exclusively for Christian radio stations, he outlines what he calls, The Daniel Plan, and its emphasis on faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends.
In a private sit-down with Pastor Warren, our Ambassador host asked for the story behind the creation of The Daniel Plan.
And in his usual vulnerability, Rick talks openly about growing up loving to eat. Blessed with good health, a high metabolism, and an active life--he got away with eating pretty much anything he wanted. When he became the founding pastor of Saddleback Church in 1980 he ...Read Full Post »
- Wednesday, January 8, 2014
The link between abortion and breast cancer is hotly debated. No one knows this better than Brad Mattes, CEO of Life Issues® Institute and host for the radio commentary, "Life Issues®," heard daily nationwide on Christian radio.
Brad speaks to all pro-life issues both nationally and internationally as a leading media spokesperson. And on this issue of abortion and breast cancer, Brad has said: "Pro-abortion activists have long denied that the link between abortion and breast cancer exists"-putting women and their unborn children in danger.
This month, in commemoration of Sanctity of Life Sunday on January ...Read Full Post »
- Tuesday, October 15, 2013
John Stonestreet's BreakPoint® commentary of October 10 struck a chord with listeners, immediately resulting in 6000 hits on the website.
It's the story of a love song that took 75 years to write. As the commentary states in the introduction, "it highlights the beauty of life-long married love, something we need to see and hear more often."
In the Stonestreet commentary he tells of 95-year-old Fred Stobaugh from Peoria, Illinois, who in grieving for his wife Lorraine, wrote a song for a contest sponsored by Green Shoe Studio, a local music business.
The song talked ...Read Full Post »