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News & Insights

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!

Billy Graham's Star on Hollywood Blvd.

While playing So Cal tourist this past weekend, my 7-year old daughter Rebecca reminded me what an incredible ministry legacy God has provided for Billy Graham as she spotted his star on Hollywood Blvd. 


Among the stars of actors and entertainers, my daughter noticed the star with Mr. Graham’s name on it.  In the center of the city known for Academy-Award winning movies and Grammy winning music albums, Mr. Graham’s star represents a life devoted not to fame and fortune, but to sharing with others about eternal hope in Christ.


And this weekend, the ministry’s past and ...

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Join Ambassador's Study with Al Sanders

Evelyn recently posted about the incredible devotional series we're enjoying at Ambassador every Tuesday with Al Sanders. Working through the book of Jude, we're continually blessed with biblical insights (and usually a tasty treat too!).

Thanks to our new site, we can now share our devotions with you! Just listen to what Al shared--sorry, we're unable to include the cookies Al brought this past week!

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Harvest Impacting Lives!

  • Monday, August 17, 2009
  • Lee Ann Jackson
  • Amb-OS

While some reflected on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock this past weekend, I joined those who attended and prayed for the 20th anniversary of the Harvest Crusade in Southern California.  


Among the nearly 30,000 crowd on Friday night (126,000 total for the weekend!), I enjoyed the uplifting music from the Katinas and Third Day.  I was also challenged by Greg Laurie’s message about Solomon and his search for meaning in life . . . about the answers in life that we receive through a relationship with God.  Great reminders for the believers . . . impacting truth for those who don ...

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Don't tell me I Never Gave You Anything

Expanded Bible

Don't tell me I never gave you anything.

Well...technically, I'm not the one giving it - HAVEN Today is.

You might remember in my email last month I talked about the expanded Bible project.  No doubt as you've been listening to HAVEN Today over the last few days you've gotten a glimpse into what it's all about.  However, as much as I love radio, when you're talking about a new concept in studying the Bible, it just really helps to have the actual text in front of you.  With that in mind, HAVEN has ...

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NRB Visitors!

  • Wednesday, August 12, 2009
  • Carolyn Kim
  • Greenroom

We had the privledge of welcoming Ron and Judy Harris to Ambassador!

It was a great time of fellowship...especially exciting to hear what is happening around the world in Christian Broadcasting. If you haven't heard what's been going on, make sure you connect with Ron...he'd love to share with you!

Longtime friends of Ambassador, the time was thoroughly enjoyed by all!

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What you believe, determines how you will behave, and ultimately who you will become.

That phrase was the anthem of my first Bible class at Biola University...and Dr. Horner spent the semester instilling us with a passion to know the Truth-understanding it would impact our entire lives.

And if you know Jim Garlow, you know that's his conviction as well. That's why he's committed so much time and energy to presenting authentic Christian thinking in a winsome way...he does that each day on "The Garlow Perspective", in the media (Check out some of his interviews!), and from the pulpit at Skyline Church.

Whether it's ads on television that ...

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