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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!

See for Yourself

This video, right here, explains why Anne Graham Lotz and the AnGeL Ministry team are busy preparing for the Augusta , GA Just Give Me Jesus event next month and why radio stations are being invited to bring the Friday message to their listening family.

"A Call to the Cross" is the 90:00 message that will make a real difference in people's lives -- it'll make "the" difference as Anne shares the importance of His Word in our lives and the significance of prayer for our nation - particularly with the Presidential election approaching.

"A Call to the Cross" airs ...

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Trivia: "Olympic Proportions"


1)  How many EVENTS in the Summer Olympics 2012?  

2)  What is "appearing for the first time" in this Olympic competition?  

3)  Name one sport we won't see this competition but did in previous years.  Waaaa.  

4)  Which sport had to be granted a special dispensation to be held in England?

5)  Who holds the record for most (SUMMER EVENT) Olympic GOLDS?  How about most Olympic MEDALs?  

6)  Name two famous athletes who have proclaimed this "is my last" competition.  

7)  Which member of the Royal family competed in the Olympics this year?  

8)  What is the motto of ...

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The Passion of Gold Medal Olympians

International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge declared the London Olympics over Sunday night.  The United States led the medals table with 104, followed by China with 87 and Russia with 82. London handed the Olympic flag to Rio de Janeiro, the host of the 2016 summer games.

The 2012 Summer Olympics are done, but the passion which the athletes demonstrated will live long in our memories.  The passion of Michael Phelps as he made Olympic history with a career total of 22 medals, Usian Bolt who became the first man to win the 100, 200 and 4X100 relay golds in ...

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Helping Others Be Helpful

My daughter, Rachel was helping a neighbor last week while they went on vacation.  She offered to take care of their home in their absence:  two dogs, plants to water, mail to collect . . . quite a few things to remember.  Thankfully, our neighbors left an instruction sheet on what would be helpful for Rachel to do while they were away.

While in the day-to-day of life, we aren't always given instructions on what would he helpful, isn't it great when we do? And, it's particularly helpful when it's done in a fashion as a proverb which says ...

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Billy Graham Update

As the Billy Graham library unveils the new exhibit, "Billy Graham: God's Ambassador to World Leaders," bringing to life Billy Graham's relationships with United States presidents, as well as with other world leaders, Mr. Graham remains in stable condition at Mission Hospital where he is being treated for a bronchitis infection.

"Mr. Graham continues to do well and the infection is responding well to treatment," said Mission Hospital pulmonologist, David Pucci, DO.

As Mr. Graham, recuperates, well wishes from around the world are being posted on the ministry web site:

"Thank you for all you have done to ...

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August 2012 - Olympic Stories

Stories.  That's what makes the Olympics so interesting. 

Olympic RingsMichael Phelps becoming (arguably) the best Olympian in modern history.  Or Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor attempting their three-peat.  Bolt proved he is lightning fast as ever. 

A fifteen year old who takes gold in the 800-meter free.  How in the world can Katie Ledecky ever have a normal high school life?!  And a blind archer competing, much less winning?  That sounds like a joke!  So does a world-class runner with no legs.  You may not know the name of South Africa's "Blade Runner," Oscar Pistorius, but I bet ...

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