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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!

Love Your Neighbor

The application for rekindling romance in marriage is this: Express your love to him in the same way you want him to express it to you.  -Barbara Rainey


As a woman eager to be the wife God has called me to be, I always appreciate advice from women who aren't afraid to share from their heart about their own marriage--both the good and the bad, and the uncomfortable.  Recently Barbara Rainey did just that in one of FamilyLife's "Marriage Memo."  Here's a nugget of truth she shared that you might consider sharing with your listeners:

"In the ...

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Trivia: "All (Better Than) Good"

great lakes1-Master magician of the early 20th century.
2-Empress before the country was Red.

3-Fitzgerald's young, mysterious millionaire with shady business connections.
4-"Thou changest not, Thy compassions they fail not ..."

5-Macedonian ruler.

6-Superior and Huron, to name two.
7-Iconic Jerry Lee Lewis tune.

8-Dickens' tale of orphan Pip.
9-Jonathan Edwards era.

10-Originally stretched for more than 5000 miles.

Send us your best guesses!

Peggy Campbell
Ambassador: We Connect. Ministry and Media.

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Ship to Ship

ShipI'm a ship captain's daughter. Well, I was. My dad retired from the Merchant Marine some time ago but the memories we have of that time in life are still so vivid.  

At the height of his career, Dad was the captain of a working container ship; at the time when he took the helm, it was the largest ship of its kind in the world.

The President Polk (all the ships in the American President Line fleet were named after presidents) was five football fields long and one football field high. The gangway was outfitted with a ...

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Religious Liberty Under Attack

Did you know that January 16th was Religious Freedom Day in America?  It didn't get a lot of attention, but in this article from The Heritage Foundation, the organization reports President Obama's proclamation on religious freedom along with noting the irony because the sad fact is, Americans are being forced to fight for their religious liberty in the courts.

"Family Facts" radio and Heritage have provided sound commentary on recent news events which demonstrate the threats we face to religious freedom in America, including:

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The Legacies of Chuck Colson & Martin Luther King, Jr.

Just one year ago, Chuck Colson issued a prophetic statement when he said, We have come to the point, when if there isn't a dramatic change in circumstances, we as Christians may well be called upon to stand in civil disobedience against the actions of our own government.

And, in a classic "BreakPoint®" program with Chuck, he reflects on the lasting impact of Martin Luther King.  While many know of his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, Chuck says that most people are unaware that King also penned one of the most eloquent defenses of the moral law: the ...

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Trivia: "Ships NOT At Sea"

penmanshipPart 2 . . . see how well you do!

1 - Handwriting

2 - What precedes marriage

3 - Where you buy the new car

4 - Tuition help

5 - Sunday morning service focus

6 - Difficulty

7 - Station's audience

8 - Jonathan and David

9 - John Maxwell and Stephen Covey themes

10 - The "F" in FCA

Submit your answers by sending a comment below & we'll let you know how you did!

Peggy Campbell
Ambassador: We Connect. Ministry and Media.

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