In an effort to equip Alaska Christians to address intellectual, moral and theological challenges to Christianity, Alaska Bible College is hosting its annual Apologetics Conference Nov. 3-4 in downtown Palmer.

The two-day conference includes local and national speakers who will tackle contemporary threats to authentic faith. Breakout sessions will explore how Christians should respond to transgenderism in children, problems with progressive Christianity, the challenge of waning faith in America, the role of logic and reason in presenting the faith, deconstructionism in the church, false and misleading teachers, equipping youth to know and defend their faith, and much more.

The conference will take place at Alaska Bible College, beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3. For more information about registration, speakers, topics and presentation times, click here.

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Mat-Su conference aims to equip Christians to address modern challenges to faith

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.


  • DaveMaxwell says:

    Awesome, minds being developed to penetrate the deep darkness that has encompassed us! Add to that faith and courage! Game on!

  • jon says:

    Your faith is fine for you, don’t expect me to have it. The government should be secular,

    • DaveMaxwell says:

      You take offense so easily! Put a helmet on your poor little head! FYI government has become Marxist! It’s a religion!

  • DaveMaxwell says:

    Kelly Tshibaka and Edna devries are part of the the bars cult! New apostolic reformation! Are you sure you want these in leadership?

  • DaveMaxwell says:

    Nars not bars.