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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!


Weekly Quiz1)  Ubiquitous children's modeling clay

2)  Korean martial art

3)  Mr. Baggins

4)  Godfather

5)  Spanish tenor

6)  The pup [bonus if you know why such called]

7)  John Wayne epic

8)  Square dance call

9)  Home of Pike's Peak

10) Enthusiastic expert


Share your responses below (and if you're stumped by the quiz, you can get all the answers...just email Peggy! She'll be happy to send them to you!)

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SEO--Speed Matters!

  • Thursday, July 22, 2010
  • Carolyn Kim
  • Insights

TimerAn aspect to SEO that you might not have considered before is speed.

When you think of an internet user, if they come to your site and are forced to wait for images and other engagement object to load before being able to browse, they'll likely bounce. Search Engines don't want to be pointing to sites that lead to high bounce rates and unsatisfied users. So the faster your site is, the happier your user is and the more Search Engines like your site. It's really that simple.

Earlier this year Google announced some changes to the ...

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"I'll Pray For You . . ."

Child PrayingHave you ever promised to pray for someone . . . without following through?  I'll be the first to admit that I have.  Sometimes I forget.  Other times, I am in the middle of my own mini-life crisis and have enough problems of my own to pray for.  Most of the time, however, I know that saying "I'll pray for you" is the easy (or fast) way out of a difficult (or long) conversation.  Our lives will go on and the problem will eventually work itself out.

Recently, however, I started to wonder why I make promises to pray for ...

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Guarding Your Worldview

Chuck Colson and Mark EarleyA worldview isn't something that's separate from the rest of our lives. It's not a "religious" conviction that we hold, but never do anything about. It's not an "opinion" that we believe but keep private. It's our core view of reality that dictates our actions, words and character. That's why it matters so much!

Chuck Colson and Mark Earley are committed to helping people understand the far reaching implications for worldviews. From politics to education, from family vacation choices to community events, our worldview is central to every decision we'll make. If our ...

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Life in a Pastor's Family

Jim and Carol GarlowComing from a pastor's family, I'm all too familiar with the hectic life pastors and their families have. It's an on-call, 24 hours a day, emotionally charged, spiritually demanding, physically taxing job...but it has some of the best benefits that I've ever seen! When I think of pastors who are handling additional projects--I'm just amazed. And one of those incredible individuals is Jim Garlow.

This month alone has brought a whirlwind for the Garlows. Here's a little taste of what Jim has been doing:

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We Connect

  • Friday, July 16, 2010
  • Peggy Campbell

QuestionSo ... give me the one word that belongs in the middle.

For instance:  Billy / GRAHAM  / Cracker

1)  Pacific Coast  /  to Heaven

2)  Tobacco  /  Runner

3)  Going My  /  Out West

4)  Appalachian  /  Mix

5)  Fifth  /  Q

6)  Penny  /  Bryant

7)  Sesame  /  Fighter

8)  Sunset  /  of Broken Dreams

9)  Superior  /  Jester

10) Rodeo /  Me Crazy

* Leave a comment with your guess and then email Peggy for answers!

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