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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 was your first car?

Barry MeguiarIn our March Update newsletter, we're asking the question "What was your first car?  

His first love is Christ-and you can hear that every day on "ROTW:60" when Barry Meguiar's ignited passion for sharing his faith encourages listeners to do the same.  But his lifetime professional focus has been on Meguiar Car Products-and a little thing called"Car Crazy" TV.  So ... recently we asked Barry exactly which car was his first? He responded:

Like most Car Guys, my first love in cars is my first car - a black '57 Chevy Bel Air Hard Top. While I've ...

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Focusing on Our Savior

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

That was one of the themes of #NRB15 for me. 

We've seen many changes in Christian radio through the years -- technology and delivery platforms have emerged, social media has come on the scene,  ministry organizations, speakers and industry leaders may have changed,  and yet, the most important element of the NRB remains the same - our steadfast commitment to sharing the saving message of Jesus Christ.

There were no more poignant reminders to me about this than the many moments Joni Eareckson Tada led a group of NRB attendees in ...

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CBS1-Network that William Paley founded


2-Top secret stuff ... or a good cooking school in NY

3-Where they focus on what ails us, disastrously

4-The three numbers on the back of your credit card

5-Better known (now) as CRU

6-The guy who manages the money

7-In our state, they rule the road

8-Nashville's industry

9-Ted Turner's empire

10-Know it and you may save a life someday

All clear?  Email Peggy to check your answers!

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Organic food1-Nationwide chain that exhorts "hold your groceries to a higher standard."

2-What Paul encouraged the Ephesians to put on.

3-Much healthier than white bread.

4-From 1968 (great year) to 1988, their "catalogs" intrigued the "Now" generation.

5-Complete the sentence from this Hall of Fame '72 commercial for Alka Seltzer:  "I can't believe I ate ..."

6-Aladdin and Jasmine sang about it.

7-Not retail.

8-Witness swears to tell this.

9-From butchering terms, to do something entirely or completely.

10-In music, represented by a hollow oval head.

Think you got it?  Email Peggy to check your answers!

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Gilligan's Island and the Seven Deadly Sins

"Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip, that started from this tropic port, aboard this tiny ship...”

When I read those words, I actually hear the tune in my head.  Maybe you do too.  Clearly, I spent way too many hours growing up watching this very frustrating and banal sit com. 

I confess, I’m a little ashamed that I know the words to that song.  It seemed like everyone at a recent birthday party knew too.  One of the guests actually ...

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What We All Need This Easter

Carter Conlon_TSC"Much of what is taught in this generation, and even in a couple that have already passed, is simply a gospel that looks to see what it can gain from the Cross of Jesus Christ."  —Carter Conlon

As a young child in Sunday School, I remember answering the question, "Why do we need to ask Jesus into our hearts?" with, "So we don't go to hell."  And in my years of volunteering in children's Sunday School, I've heard that answer repeated frequently.

It occurred to me yesterday that, while kids are learning about humanity's sinful nature ...

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