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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!

A Woman After God’s Own Heart®— Christmas: What’s a Mom to Do?

Christmas is just around the corner! The shopping has started; the greeting cards are being addressed; decorations are being dusted out of the garage. Suddenly, it seems like the season is upon us like a wave of excitement, expectation and exhaustion.

Moms especially feel the weight of Christmastime. Creating lasting memories for the family, getting all the details in order, all while not wanting to lose the true meaning and significance behind this most holy of times.

Elizabeth George's new Christmas Special - "Christmas: What's a Mom to Do?" is a perfect guide on how not to lose the ...

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The Family Dinner Table Matters

I'll be the first to admit that having regular family dinners can be a challenge.  As our kids have gotten older and involved in more activities, it's affected our ability to schedule this special time around the table, as much as we'd like.  At the same time, these are the days when it's more critical than ever to be intentional about bringing the family together.

Kids today face more pressure than ever and knowing they have a safe place to share their concerns as well as voice their opinions, is so important.  Studies continue to show ...

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Who would you invite to Thanksgiving dinner?

Dinner inviteThis Thanksgiving, if you could invite anyone from history (with the exception of Jesus) to come to dinner, simply for the purpose of saying thank you for their impact on your life . . . who would be eating turkey with your family this year??

A lot of names come to mind, but as a self professed "mama's boy" I have to pick my mother.  My mom was delivered into the loving arms of Jesus thirty-three years ago. Before she left, she showed me the real love of God and although she suffered with arthritis, she loved to cook a traditional Thanksgiving ...

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PharmacyThis week's trivia is phull of phun.  Guess the answer to each "PH" clue and see if you're right when you email Peggy Campbell.  

1)  CVS

2)  MTM's buddy

3)  House

4)  Pippa's sister's grandfather-in-law

5)  Webber's weeper

6)  Nubian nemesis

7)  Campbell's croon

8)  Thai tsunami target

9)  Dakota hunter's delight

10) Ahem :-)

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Less is More

Living on LessI don't know about you, but I've had a hard time listening to HAVEN Today this past week. I'm not having a hard time because of the program quality or the pace of the broadcast. I'm having a problem with the content.  That is to say there is something about the idea of "living on less and liking it more" that doesn't sit well with me.

You see, I like stuff. I like comforts.  I like to live on more not less.  I'm already spending my evenings looking at the Black Friday ads that ...

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Miracles are for Real

Miracles coverJim Garlow is a “Renaissance Man.” I’m not saying that simply because he has a doctorate in church history and knows the ins and outs of what went on in the Church during the renaissance.


I say that because there is no one else who I know that has such an overarching thirst for knowledge in so many areas of life.   Bible…History…Politics…He knows how to look back at history and learn lessons most have forgotten. At the same time, he is able to look forward into the future at what cultural peril awaits if our nation ...

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