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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's Your Story?

If someone asked you to share your story of passing from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of Jesus Christ, what would you say? 

Many people aren’t sure what to say. Sadly, that is true for Christian radio listeners, too.

As you know from hearing the great witnessing tips shared everyday by Dr. John Sorensen on Share Life Today, Evangelism Explosion is constantly trying to develop new ways to help your radio listeners express their faith in Christ.

That’s why Evangelism Explosion has developed What’s My Story, a powerful online tool to help Christians better articulate ...

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Reach Beyond Names New President

We are thrilled to celebrate the appointment of a new leader for Reach Beyond, the ministry behind the popular daily 1:00 short feature "Reach Beyond" and recent advocacy initiative, Day for the Unreached.  Current president Wayne Pederson, who will continue to voice the daily feature, will remain in his leadership role until September after which he will move to president emeritus during a planned six-month transition.  Please read the news just released from the ministry, and join us in prayer for this significant transition!

Reach Beyond President

(May 16, 2016 - by Darin Campbell)  Reach Beyond announced the appointment of Rev. Steve Harling ...

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1-Motown’s other moniker.

2-Where Professor Harold Hill found trouble.

3-Renown for gambling and other vices.

4-Formerly a “Big Box” for electrical items.

5-Dorothy’s destination goal.

6-Some may call it Second City but the weather makes this nickname more appropriate.

7-Best known as home to Batman.

8-Once Trump territory—sorry, we’re closed.

9-Thank you, Jan and Dean, for this one!

10-Home of the most pivotal scene in the Star Wars trilogy.

Send your best guesses to Peggy >>

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Happy International Nurses Day!

nurses dayDon't you just love it when someone, whether it be a stranger or a friend, brightens your day with kindness?

I experienced this just yesterday while my dentist struck up a conversation with me during my x-rays. We talked about life, work, family- the list goes on! I remember thinking to myself that she didn't have to give me the time of day as she prepped me for my cleaning.  Yet she took her time and took interest to transform my trip for the better. 

It's easy to go through the motions of our "everyday", but to ...

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One Pan Garlic Chicken Pesto Pasta

  • Wednesday, May 11, 2016
  • Jani Williamson
  • AAA Cafe

Jani's One Pan Garlic Chicken Pesto Pasta

I love when friends post pictures of yummy-looking food on Facebook with a link to the recipe.  I've seen several recently from www.buzzfeed.com and finally got a chance to try a couple of them at home!  This was AMAZING and my husband made me promise that I would not lose this one!  If you like Pesto, you will want to give this a try, too!  EnJOY!


(Serves 4)


1 Tablespoon canola oil

2 chicken breasts, sliced into ½-inch strips

2 Tablespoons garlic, chopped (I only used 1 Tablespoon in my ...

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The Worst and Best of Times

One of my favorite literary quotes is from a book published nearly 200 years ago, Charles Dicken's "A Tale of Two Cities."  It's the well-known introduction, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . . it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair...   "

In many ways, Dicken's description of the contrasts and comparisons between London and Paris during the French Revolution is as applicable today as it was in the late 1700s  . . . there are major conflicts between good ...

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