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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!

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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Enduring Life's Hardships

In recent days, I've heard about many struggles and difficulties that are impacting the lives of people I know.  A cancer diagnosis, the sudden death of a family member, a husband is stricken with a seizure and remains in critical condition, and a friend gets laid off from his job.  It's very hard to watch friends suffer and yet, as believers, we know that God has a purpose for everything. 

When life gets hard and our circumstances are overwhelming, we all face the temptation to be discouraged or to give in.  This week on Revive Our Hearts, Nancy ...

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Welcome the Superstars

Max ColsonAmbassador is an incredible place to work -- what a privilege to serve the life-changing ministries we do.  And, what an amazing team we have  . . . here's a glimpse of the giftedness of our own Katie Burke as she recently served families through the outreach of Joni and Friends®.  -- Lee Ann Jackson

. . . "Our churches need the Maxs of the world."  That's what Emily Colson said at a recent Joni and Friends® Disability Summit -- and I couldn't agree more!  Emily, author of Dancing with Max and daughter of the late Chuck Colson, is mom to Max, who has autism.  While ...

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Trivia: "All in the Windy City"

Good luck with this week's trivia!

1-It's just a noisy hall where there's a nightly brawl ...

2-They'll never get caught.  They're on a mission from God.

3-One man's struggle to take it easy.

4-A family comedy without the family.

5-Never stop fighting until the fight is done.

6-A murdered wife, a one-armed man, an obsessed detective ... the chase begins.

7-Julianne fell in love with her best friend the day the day he decided to marry someone else.

8-Falling in love can get you off track.

9-It's Butch and Sundance in tuxes.

10-She thought ...

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Catch Your Food, Singing Senior Wows (Week of 5.29.13)

 

Take 5

 

1.  TOSS!
...  now that's what I call a meal.


2.  CATCH!
nice one.



3.  SCORE!
  future Beckham?



4.  SING!
… even if you're 80.



5.  STAND UP!
...  for the first time.


Quote of the Week:





Send in your Take 5 submissions!

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

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Who is Leading Your Family?

  • Tuesday, May 28, 2013
  • Michelle Blood

Welcome Home Dad!In speaking about the courageous men who stepped up following 9/11, Dennis Rainey said, "Men today are realizing that another crisis is upon us.  There are no bullets or bombs, but we are on a battlefield all the same.  It's a fight for our families and our future.  And for this fight we need men who are willing to bravely step up and be the tough, courageous men God has designed them to be."

As you know, courage involves more than the stereotypical blazing guns and clanging swords.  For the husband and father, it requires sacrifice and dying ...

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