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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!

Back from True Woman '12

It's been over a week since True Woman '12 concluded, but the impact continues.  God truly met with the over 8,200 women present-plus the thousands more who joined us from eighty-three countries on the LIVE video feed.  Many returned home as different church members, wives, moms, co-workers, and neighbors, determined to make every moment count for eternity.

On today's "Revive Our Hearts" broadcast, Nancy Leigh DeMoss shares a recap of the conference along with testimonies from those who attended-stories like these . . .

"I was going to kill myself Friday.  The Lord upheld me until the connection with the ...

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Loving Support

Relationships are a beautiful thing.

Everyone needs love and support in their life. I've been blessed to have one of my sisters visiting me this weekend and as we head into a new week and say goodbye, I'm thankful for the encouragement she provided.

Being three years apart we've had our fair share of "sisterly" battles, like any siblings do. But at the end of the day, especially as we have gotten older, I know that she has my back and I would do anything for her.  

It is the strength of my relationship with my sister ...

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Blood, Sweat and Compassion

blood-sweatPeople who know me know I'm about as eager to run a mile as a toddler is to take a nap.  Friends tell me they're singing up for a marathon and I respond with, "Have fun.  I'll have breakfast for you at the finish line."  I stay about as far away from anything resembling "endurance sports" as possible, but that doesn't prevent me from living vicariously through the successes of others.  I am always in awe of people who go beyond what others -- and even they themselves -- thinks is possible.

Recently I learned about such a ...

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Asked and Answered

Beyond the Call

There's nothing more invigorating than hearing a first-hand report of someone who's recently met Jesus.  Last night I was talking with a group of college-aged students at my church.  Several were either new believers or still searching.  They had come to the church seeking Jesus, wanting answers to their questions.

Today on "Beyond the Call", HCJB Global President Wayne Pederson shared a story about a seeker -- in the Middle East:

Aban grew up as a Muslim in a small town in the Middle East.   He went to the mosque every Friday with his father and was content with ...

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A Time to Pray

praying handsThis year's presidential election is one of the first I have been really in-tune to.

Granted it's only the second I've actually been able to vote in but over the last four years I believe I have developed a greater understanding of what it means to lead a nation. From a global recession, the death of Osama bin Laden, the restructuring of our Nation's healthcare and the recent killing of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya; the challenges and transitions a president faces are many and varied. Yet I'm sure we only know part of ...

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What Family "Life" Season are You in?

Autumn is here!  For me, that means cooler weather, colorful leaves, pumpkin spiced lattes, comfort food, and apple-picking!  An exciting season to look forward to but also one that requires some preparation and planning too ... like scheduling the annual maintenance of our furnace (making sure its ready to heat our home), hiring a chimney sweep, and regularly clearing the yard and gutters of leaves (we have a lot of trees).  

Autumn is here!

As the seasons of the year come and go, so do the seasons of family "life."  Sometimes though advance planning doesn't quite prepare you for the unexpected challenges that ...

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