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Our Personal Aims for 2015

In our January Update newsletter, we're asking the question "What are your personal aims for 2015?"  As Vern McLellan said, "What the New Year brings to you will depend a great deal on what you bring to the New Year."  See what we're bringing to the New Year with our personal aims for 2015!

Al Sanders


Realizing the brevity of time at this stage in my life, I want to use all my available strength to be a positive witness for Christ.  How I look forward to hearing His blessed words, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant ...

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We Asked: What's Your Favorite Cookie?

Not sure who makes up this stuff but October is National Cookie Month (they say). So we've asked some friends to name their favorite. We got some short and some sweet answers!

"Today me will live in the moment unless it's unpleasant in which case me will eat a cookie." --Cookie Monster


Peanut butter milk chocolate chip cookie!

Lori McNaughton, OM
WNFR-FM (Sandusky, MI)


Home made oatmeal chocolate chip!

Jon Bowlus, PD
NewVision FM (Upper Sandusky, OH)


Home baked, of course, because it fills the home with yummy smells.

Jeff Scott, Station Manager
WBGL-FM (Champaign, IL)


Sugar Cinnamon ...

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We Answered: Undercover Santa

As featured in the December edition of our Update newsletter . . .

The responses are in from the Ambassador team for a special staff holiday edition of our question of the month. 


"Undercover Santa"
If we could anonymously give anything to anyone, this is what we'd do.


AAA Christmas

(Left to Right)

Lee Ann Jackson:
 I'd give each of the women in my "His Alone" Sunday School Class a shopping spree.

Jim Sanders:  $1,000,000 to a select list of ministries...something which would impact their ability to reach people.

Evelyn Gibson:  A beautifully wrapped package of God's promises to ...

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You Answered: You Never Thought...

As featured in the October edition of our Update newsletter . . .

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow."  See what these folks call their "something beyond" when they answered our monthly question.

"I never thought I would . . ."

I never thought I would . . . eat a deep fried tarantula while on a mission trip to distribute rice in Cambodia. I was expecting it to be crispy but it was like a gummy worm. I screamed and threw it across the table. The Cambodian kids we were traveling with had ...

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Back to School for the AAA Crew

Ambassador Kiddos

As featured in the September edition of our Update newsletter . . .

Please meet a few of the AAA crew's own crews . . . the kids K-12 who are part of the Ambassador family.  Perhaps their thoughts on going back to school are much like the ones you may be hearing in your home!

Top row, L-R:
Jamie Lee: Being in my mom's class who is the 3rd grade teacher.
Jeffrey Lee: Performing in the next school musical.
Jessica Perez: I'd rather be in my acting class and playing volleyball!
Carson Perez: Switching classes during the day in junior high.
Mitch ...

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What advice would you give to a graduate?

graduationOrrin Hatch said, "There is a good reason they call these ceremonies 'commencement excercises.'  Graduation is not the end; it's the beginning."  With that in view, our question of the month is: What advice would you give to a graduate?   Give your advice via the "Comments" below.  But first -- see a few responses from our ministry and broadcasting friends.  (As featured in our June newsletter -- see it online!)

The best quote I ever heard for graduates was, "Who you are matters more than what you can do."

                                Sondra McNelley, Office Manager
                                KCMH (Mountain Home, AR)

Life will ebb and ...

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