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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!

Instant Icee, Dancing for Dinner, Family Portrait

Take 5

...  a cool trick for summer.

...  for those with a bit more adventure in the soul.

  here's dancing for dinner.

uniquely created.

...  taken by Rainey Floreen's (JAF) son, serving Christ in Malawi.


Send in your Take 5 submissions!

Peggy Campbell
Ambassador Advertising Agency: We Connect. Ministry and Media.

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Do You Need Wisdom?

wisdom-bibleThe one need I pray for consistently is wisdom.  God's wisdom.  Without God's wisdom we are left to rely on our own... which isn't very wise at all!

So, how do we become people of wisdom, and cultivate a life marked by wisdom? 

Elizabeth George (A Woman after God's Own Heart) says to start by practicing God's timeless principles of wisdom one day at a time, starting with our prayer life -- each and everyday! 

Having the desire for God's wisdom and praying for it is just the beginning.  You need to get into the ...

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Who Is the Next Chuck Colson?

Well, see what Eric Metaxas shares on today's BreakPoint® for the answer . . .

"Is Eric Metaxas the Next Chuck Colson?"  That was the jarring Washington Post headline a couple of days ago.  At least it was jarring to me, because the simple answer is an emphatic NO.  But a more nuanced answer would be a very qualified "yes," but I'll get to that in a minute.

The author of the article, Sarah Pulliam Bailey of Religion News Service, interviewed me last month.  We had a great conversation.  I wasn't tickled that she mentioned a vicious review of my ...

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Who Inspires You?

It's back to school time and I've been recalling my own school days.

We all remember a favorite teacher who made a difference in our lives - mine was a high school English teacher, Mr. Mullen.  He taught me an appreciation for classic literary works - from Grapes of Wrath to The Glass Menagerie.  He inspired me to dig deep into the books and consider what Steinbeck and Williams were truly saying in their writings.

Mr. Mullen ended up being one of my greatest cheerleaders encouraging me to "think big" when applying to colleges.  

In a recent interview, Joni Eareckson ...

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Trivia: "and some LOW SPOTS"

valleyContinued from last week!  Take your best guess!

1-Per Bing Crosby, where he planned to settle down and nevermore roam.

2-Tech talk rules.

3-Jacqueline Susann's best-seller made into a move which made Sharon Tate a star (before her death made her more famous).

4-Home to famous school of painting, FDR's Hyde Park, and the CIA.

5-Ezekiel's vision.

6-Renown for vineyards and gracious living--usually paired with neighboring town.

7-Virginia's pride.

8-Scotty's territory--dang, it's hot.

9-Classic collection of pilgrim prayers.

10-"Ho, Ho, Ho" echoes here.

Submit your answers below!

Peggy Campbell
Ambassador: We Connect. Ministry ...

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Running the Race

It's been quite a while since I was a school kid, yet I still look forward to September as a time for a fresh start. 

Even now, the back to school season nudges me to seek a little something new in my life, like this summer when I ran in my first 10k and discovered-to my surprise-that I could run 6.2 miles (it wasn't pretty, but I did it).

Then there are the "fresh starts" of far greater significance - like deepening our spiritual walk so that we may run the race He has set before us.

Anne ...

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