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In Honor and Remembrance of 9/11

  • Friday, September 11, 2015
  • Peggy Campbell
  • Insights

Fridays are "trivia days" here at Ambassador but it just seems highly inappropriate on 9/11 ... so in honor and remembrance of 2001 and of people like Orio Palmer who is the face of courage in my own heart ... here are ten great verses on DOING GOOD. 

It's the National Day of Service and Remembrance... but, of course, as believers we are called not only to faith but to WORKS every day.  I guess APU Wesleyan theology is rubbing off on me-however, Scripture is pretty clear on this point:

1-Instruct them to do good, to be rich in good ...

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Trivia: "WHAT's FOR BREAKFAST?"

  • Tuesday, September 8, 2015
  • Peggy Campbell
  • Just 4 Fun!

Tony1-He likes it!  Hey, Mikey!

2-They're magically delicious.

3-They're Gr-r-r-reat!

4-Two scoops of [dried grapes].

5-Coo-coo over it.

6-Breakfast of Champions.

7-Sold by a Silly Rabbit.

8-Snap! Crackle! Pop!

9-Rocks your whole mouth.

10-Clinically proven to help reduce cholesterol.


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An Uncompromising Life

Shortly after the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states, John MacArthur addressed his congregation and gave a powerful message in response to this ruling. 

When I heard the news that Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses, was ordered to jail I recalled something John addressed in his message earlier this summer:

I received a letter from a judge this week-a very significant judge in a very significant court. And he said in his letter, "One of the duties of a judge is to marry people. I am now ...

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When Two Become Three

Strong marriages don't just happen. They are created over time by intentional effort of the couple. Like the painter's masterpiece, building a healthy marriage requires skill, creativity, endurance, and a working knowledge of the canvas, brush, and paint.
-Ron Deal, Executive Director of FamilyLife Blended

Blended Family

Last week we traveled back east to attend the wedding of our beautiful niece.  It was a simple, yet elegant, family affair with the ceremony performed by the groom's 87-year old grandfather. It was like no other wedding we've attended before. While the brief sermon message talked about God's love ...

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Trivia: "TONs of FUN / NOT People Edition"

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2015
  • Peggy Campbell
  • Just 4 Fun!

trivia-bear1-Seaweed

2-Think Tea Party

3-Station in England more renown for “its” bear

4-All the bones

5-Lamb on the menu

6-Japanese lounger

7-What Professor Hill used


8-Planet in the DC Universe

9-Net, racquets & shuttlecock

10-It flows gently


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John MacArthur’s Upcoming "Jet Tour" Maps Out New Testament

Road-Trip

Whenever I head off on a road trip, I always set the destination into my GPS and keep a paper atlas in the trunk, just in case.

But recently, I started to going to Google Earth a few days before my trip to get a bird's-eye view of the entire journey.  I check out the terrain, look for areas of congestion and even select "Street View" if I want to see exactly what specific turnoffs are going to look like when I arrive.  Having a good overview helps me navigate the journey and, Lord willing, make it safely to ...

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