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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!

One Voice. One Kingdom.

  • Tuesday, September 3, 2013
  • Katie Burke

Sometimes it's hard to picture "the listener."  What do they look like?  Where are they right now?  Are we capturing their attention or are we background voices?  Are they really listening?  

HCJB Global recently brought these questions to life in a video presentation focusing on the many places (and faces!) where radio is appreciated.  Take a look and picture your own listeners interacting with your programming throughout their day:

HCJB Global provides international partners the tools and training needed to reach listeners with kingdom content.  Another place this is happening is in Orlando at Momentum this week.  Christian broadcast ...

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Engaging the Culture with ADF

alliance defending freedomSeveral months ago, we shared with you the development of a new partnership with Jim Garlow and ADF (Alliance Defending Freedom).  We're delighted to let you know that this strategic "coupling" of message is beginning to take form-including with what you'll hear on "The Garlow Perspective" each day as Jim addresses those concerns facing believers in today's culture.

(If news that a wedding photographer cannot say "no" to shooting a gay couple's nuptials doesn't shock us into acknowledging these are serious times, I don't know what will!)

Recently Jim reiterated:  If we're going ...

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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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Trivia: "Toes"

Pinto-to-quiz1-The Lone Ranger's bud.

2-One of the Jackson 5.

3-Capital of the Golden State.

4-Bean; Horse; Ford

5-Frito thief.

6-Green olive filler.

7-Contents of iconic pink bottle.


9-Watts, Cabrini Green, e.g.

10-A defunct Chrylser line or gold-seeking Spanish explorer.

Think you got it?  Check and see -- submit your answers below!

Peggy Campbell
Ambassador: We Connect. Ministry and Media.

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Celebrating Grandparents!

Grandparent's DayWhat a special gift it is to be a grandparent, or to have grandparents!  On Sunday September 8th we honor grandparents everywhere, as we celebrate Grandparents Day! 

Emilie Barnes (Keep It Simple), and her husband Bob, are the proud grandparents of five grandchildren!   They embrace the important role of grandparents, and want to encourage other grandparents, to share their faith, life, and love with their grandchildren. 

Emilie feels that no one can quite do for children what grandparents do.  They give unconditional love, a heritage of memories, and hopefully, a legacy of faith. 

Leading up to Grandparent's Day, Emilie ...

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Back to School - Common Core Concerns

I think I'm in denial.  My kids start school in about ten days and we still have school shopping to do.  Usually at this time of year, I have a spring in my step about sending the kids off to school, but I'm not feeling it yet.  Maybe it's because we've enjoyed a really fun summer together or maybe it's because I'm getting anxious about a new school schedule with my oldest starting Junior High.  There are other concerns, too.

With our kids attending public school in California, our state is adopting the new ...

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