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With 50 years of experience, we "get" that things are always changing! That's why we've dedicated a section of our website to provide the very latest information about the speakers and ministries we serve--and about us, too. Come take a look at "what's new"--or use the sidebar options to take a deeper look at areas of particular interest. In case you wonder what we think, we've dedicated a space for commentary (including guest posts). And take a look at who's been to Ambassador lately in our own version of the Greenroom!

Twitter Live with Pete Briscoe!

Pete BriscoeIt's better than answering the "What I did on Summer vacation" question the first day of school!  Pete Briscoe ("Telling the Truth") recently returned from a three-month sabbatical.  How did he spend his time?  What did he learn?  Join Pete on Twitter Wednesday, September 2 at 4:00 PM CT where he'll answer questions from friends, family and you!

Follow the live dialogue via Pete's home church -- Bent Tree's Twitter page (@btbf).  More details here.

Twitterview with Pete!

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Sounds like a phrase from the '80s but it's what comes to mind as I read story after story of lives being radically changed after learning how to study the Bible inductively!

Kay ArthurThis is Kay Arthur's passion and why Precept Ministries exists - to establish people in God's Word, helping them discover Truth for themselves.

It's something that isn't found in today's self-help books, something that won't tickle the ears but satisfies the soul, something that is difficult-no, impossible-but for which God supplies the power and the joy.

Something radical!

I'd love to ...

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Miss Havisham

In a recent "Seeking Him" feature, Nancy Leigh DeMoss shares this gripping tale . . .

There's a vivid picture of unforgiveness in Charles Dickens' novel, Great Expectations. He writes about Miss Havisham whose fiancé ran away on the day they were to be married.

For decades, Miss Havisham remained in her wedding dress and veil, letting them turn to rags. She pulled heavy drapes across the windows and refused any sunlight.  Instead of cleaning up her wedding cake, she let it decay and get eaten by mice.

She said, "The mice have gnawed at it, and sharper teeth than teeth of ...

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Joni's 60th Birthday

Happy 60th, Joni!


On October 15th 2009, Joni celebrates a milestone birthday and you’re invited to be a part of the celebration!   


Having devoted her life to extending the love and message of Christ to people affected by disability—physically or emotionally, Joni has impacted many around the world . . . we invite you to take a moment to add your birthday greetings here to the many wishing her a Happy 60th Birthday!


(Oh and let us know your birthday . . . we’re always up for a reason to celebrate!)

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Goose fat or lemonade? You decide!

When I think of fund raising, I normally think of car washes, lemonade stands, or even concerts.  Chris Williamson, a Swiss lawyer, had a different idea!  Adopting a nautical theme to his cause, he and a team of 3 other friends swam the English channel, crossing from England to France!  This goose fat covered, Speedo wearing team has raised nearly $6,500 for Mercy Ships®!

I'll be the first one to say that swimming for nearly 14 hours isn't my ideal way to raise funds! Thankfully, there are other ways! Pastor Rob and his 38 Vacation Bible School ...

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Speaking Up With Compassion

Recording session with Wess Stafford

Tuesday was "recording day" for Wess Stafford...a great time for us (represented by Jim Sanders) to "Speak Up With Compassion®" in Colorado Springs.  Pictured above (L-R):  Lee Geysbeek (new to Compassion!), Krissy Thomas, Wess and Jim.  By the way, if you're planning to attend Momentum in a few weeks, please say "hi" to Lee and Krissy...and be listening for a "preview" of exciting radio news.

Speaking of "exciting"...I know some kids that are not so excited to jump back into the school routine.  If the moms and dads listening to your station need a little help ...

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