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Serving as many ministries and station partners as we do, seems like there is always something to report. Here's the latest!

So Proudly We Hail . . .

Tomb of the Unknown SoliderToday, November 11 at precisely 11:00AM (EST), a wreath will be laid at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery--to honor and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces.

And we join in the celebration of those who've served our country so courageously and those 1.4 million young men and women who're on active duty right now serving us around the world.

Pray for those willing to serve and if you see military personnel today--or anytime--say "thank you!"

Psalm 62:8 reminds us to "Trust in Him at all times, O ...

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Where Does It End?

Haitian ChildSince the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010, UNICEF reports more than 7,000 children have been smuggled into the Dominican by sex traffickers despite government vowing to protect these little ones.  The number is far greater than pre-earthquake numbers. 

Many other children are sick and dying of cholera and malaria as water conditions deteriorate.

Children are always the most vulnerable in these natural disasters.  But it's not natural to take advantage of their vulnerability.  And it's not acceptable!

This past weekend, the backlash of a major hurricane with winds and rain further complicates life, with even more ...

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Responding to Breaking News: Fort Hood

Breaking NewsLast Thursday we were shocked by the breaking news alert:

"At least seven people killed and 12 wounded in a mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, a Pentagon official says."  (Latest on Fort Hood shooting)

Immediately, our thoughts and prayers went to the victims' family and friends.  We slowly shook our heads in disbelief.  We offered wordless prayers and admitted we're troubled that tragedy has hit so close to home.

Like us, we know that listeners across the country, and especially in the Fort Hood area, are wrestling with God's sovereignty in the midst of disaster.  That's ...

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Do us a Favor?

  • Wednesday, September 23, 2009
  • Evelyn Gibson
  • News

Join us in celebrating with our good friends, Glenn and Carol Price on the occasion of their final adoption interview at the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

They've found Favor. Oh yes!! With God and man and everyone who knows them in the person of a precious six year old Ethiopian girl whose name is Favor.  Is that just perfect or what?

This is one of those moments when God blesses those who watch and pray with the joy of sharing in what's being experienced this very moment in Ethiopia.

When Favor was only 20 days ...

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Our New Look

  • Monday, July 27, 2009
  • Jim Sanders
  • News

Yesterday, we buried an old friend.

We came to call him "Michelin Man", though that certainly didn't sit well withthe original designer.  Our beloved logo '(which received its name because of its similarities to the tire brand logo) served us well for nearly 20 years. It fittingly represented both the "A" in Ambassador as well as radiating waves from a broadcast tower. At the time, it was a huge step up from our previous mark which was also called the "A-ball" (.  (Yikes - I ...

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Global Adventures

  • Friday, July 17, 2009
  • Lee Ann Jackson
  • News

"A global adventure that will take you to the ends of the earth and will also inspire you. " --Tagline for new TV series, The Philanthropist

The Philanthropist chronicles the heroic adventures of billionaire turned vigilante "Teddy Rist," a successful and impulsive tycoon who decides to channel his passion, power and money into helping those in need.

The Ambassador family is praying for our own real life philanthropist this week-our Evelyn Gibson is in Africa visiting her Compassion family. While unlike Teddy, she may not be speeding on a motorcycle dodging bullets while carrying a box of vaccines,
we praise God ...

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