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THE Great Story

This past weekend I finished one of the most delightful books I’ve ever read.  I don’t use the word “delightful” blithely.  Each chapter was like savoring every morsel of a sumptuous meal.  I was saddened when the book came to an end. 

The book was “As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride” by Cary Elwes (the Dread Pirate Roberts).  Actually, it was the audio book, which was read by the author with his charming British accent.  That actually enhanced the experience.

The reading was also ...

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Walk the Talk

I've been asked about my job more in the past couple of weeks than I've been asked my whole life.  Between a few high school reunion gatherings (marking our 30th this year!) the "what do you do for a living" question came up time after time.

The response to my 23 year tenure at Ambassador is always the same, "You must really like what you do."

There is one significant reason I like what I do which I'm always quick to share -- it's a distinct privilege to represent quality Christian broadcast ministries and specifically, to ...

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A Special Visit with Eric Metaxas

What a treat for our Ambassador staff to have Eric Metaxas with us last week and to hear him share about many topics close to his heart including his passion for his new book, "Miracles."  I'm pictured here with Eric along with my husband, Matt, and BreakPoint® producer, Bill Reitler (far left) and his wife, Debi (far right).

Eric keeps a very busy schedule so you might say that indeed, it was a miracle that we were able to host him at our office while he was in the area to speak at a packed house on the topic ...

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Asking the Tough Questions

Don Stephens KYTXWhen Don Stephens had the dream-come-true opportunity to meet Mother Teresa in the mid-1970s, he was taken aback by the frankness in her purposeful question:

"Why were you born?"

Not expecting such a direct query, Don said that he "struggled through describing to her what was a dream that didn't have a full plan-of a hospital ship serving the poorest of the poor, particularly in Africa."

I heard Don tell this story last Tuesday night.  He said that Mother Teresa asked a follow-up question that day in Calcutta that was just as straightforward as the first:

"What are you ...

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What about student rights in public schools?

student-rights-handbookJim Garlow hasn't met a cultural issue he's reluctant to addressand when he does, it's with the aplomb of biblical authority.

Alliance Defending Freedom is the perfect partner in Jim's desire to transcend culture with biblical imperative.  It's why he speaks so forcefully about religious freedom, freedom of speech and the political arena
as a pastor and a commentator.

In this month's "The Garlow Perspective," Jim joins with ADF in presenting listeners with a special week (November 10-14) addressing the question of Student Rights in the public school system, grades K-12.


Just a ...

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True Women in Training

It was such a blessing for me to be a part of Revive Our Hearts' True Woman '14 Conference, joining more than 8,400 women in Indianapolis and many more who watched via live webstream.  I love this picture taken at the conference because it serves as a reminder that whether we're a baby or a grown woman, we're all at different places in our spiritual growth and we're all in training.

Last month's conference was so well-received with women going home to their families and desiring to live out the teaching they received in regards ...

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