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Small businesses across Alaska face unprecedented challenges to stay afloat amid mass closures of restaurants, small businesses and public accommodations.

The Watchman has also taken a difficult hit as Alaskans understandably prioritize care for family, friends and their local communities. We have also had to postpone critical fundraiser gatherings. But the reality is that we need your support during this uncertain time.

Reporting pro-life, pro-family and pro-religious liberty news has not abated during this outbreak. Legislators, city councils and school boards are pressing ahead with measures that either uphold human dignity and fundamental rights or undermine and violate them.

Likewise, Alaska’s churches are taking steps to help those in need by offering resources and manpower from our faith communities. The Watchman is helping disseminate this information across denominations.

These types of stories are not being reported by the mainstream media. Nor are they interested in how the coronavirus affects the spiritual needs and longings of Alaskans.

Our news reports, while free to readers, comes at a cost to us and we need supporters to help keep this unique news agency afloat to serve Alaskans.

Today we are asking our most loyal readers to consider committing to a monthly gift of $25 or $50 a month if you are not already one of our regular supporters. Please help us raise a lamp in Alaska as we strive to uphold and defend traditional family values in our state.

Click here to become a Watchman supporter.

If you cannot afford a monthly gift, please consider supporting our efforts with a one-time donation, either online or by mailing contributions to this address:

Alaska Watchman

1625 W. Edlund Rd.

Wasilla, AK 99654

Thank you for helping us during this difficult time.

Joel Davidson, Editor-in-Chief

Coronavirus presents challenge for Alaska Watchman

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.