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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!

Is Prayer a Waste of Time?

According to John MacArthur, it can be if you don't understand its purpose. 

So how then are we supposed to pray?  On "Grace to You®" this month, John takes us verse-by-verse through the Lord's Prayer (Matt. 6:5-14) and provides us with specific instruction on the purpose, priority, plan, provision, and pardon of prayer.  This classic 4-week study of The Disciples' Prayer (airs 10/10 - 11/4) will reveal that the example Christ gave his disciples then ... is also for us today.  To find out more about the messages and materials available in October, download the promo pack ...

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Seeing a Bright Future

"I am hopeful for a bright future for my child."

I can think of many moms who would agree with that statement.  In fact, with school back in session it's likely that moms of school-aged kids are particularly attentive to thoughts of their child's future. 

Those moms who are driving their kids to and from school who are tuning in to Christian radio hear messages that support their concern.  One of those messages comes from Compassion International through its daily 1:00 feature, "Speak Up With Compassion®."  Compassion President Wess Stafford daily talks about the importance of speaking ...

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Trivia: "ROCK OUT"

  • Friday, September 23, 2011
  • Peggy Campbell
  • Just 4 Fun!

RockAre you ready to "rock"?  See if you can guess the answers from these clues...

1)  Pilgrim's pride

2)  Doris' co-star

3)  Fred & Wilma's hometown

4)  Cleft for me

5)  Monolithic promontory that stands guardian over the Mediterranean

6)  Café of Hollywood fame

7)  Miles McPherson's pulpit

8)  Comedy from NYC

9)  North Carolina's "prettiest small town"

10) Crystalized sugar

When you're ready to see how well you did, email Peggy with your answers!

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Temptation of Jesus 

Temptation … it seems to be everywhere.  It assaults us daily at home, at work, even in the car.  No place seems safe.


I was listening to a HAVEN Today Broadcast this week and heard Charles Morris share from Christ’s temptation in Matthew Chapter 4 – when the Son of God was himself tempted

…tempted to doubt the word of God (as we often are)

…tempted to demand things from the Lord and put him to the test (he becomes our “genie”)

…tempted to worship things other than God.


Jesus fought these temptations with the Word of God.


When we are ...

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A Brown Package

It was just about this time last year that I was preparing for a missions trip to Africa.  Things seemed to be falling into place, when, just days away from boarding the plane, a brown package arrived on my doorstep. 

The doctor called to let me know that my mom's mammogram reflected something which warranted a second look -- immediately.

In Anne Graham Lotz's recent A Wake-Up for God's People simulcast, she shares how God sometimes allows brown packages to come into our lives . . . because He has a treasure on the inside.   

I have to admit that while ...

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What was your first job?

Do you remember your very first job?  For the September edition of our Update newsletter, we asked broadcasting and ministry friends to share their stories.  Take a look and tell us your first (or most memorable) job!

What was your first job?

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