First, I want to wish everyone an imminent and happy resurrection day tomorrow! This is an update regarding our editor-in-chief’s wife, Joy, whom many of you know and have prayed for since the announcement of her stage 4 cancer diagnosis earlier this
We started the Alaska Watchman a little over three years ago with a clear goal. It was not to entertain, provide idle gossip or offer a platform for angry armchair quarterbacks to pontificate while refusing to enter the public arena and contend for the good,
If you watch the news, or listen to it, or read it with any amount of discernment, you will notice if there is one thing missing in the world, above all else, it is gratitude. While we raise the lamp and stand up for conservative principles and the powerful
This past Friday marked one year since we took a leap of faith and launched the Alaska Watchman. Since the moment our website went live, it has been a whirlwind year. We expected to have our hands full reporting on the growing threats to the moral foundations
The Alaska Watchman is hosting our inaugural fundraising party on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 6-8 p.m. in the banquet room of Turkey Red Restaurant in downtown Palmer. Order and enjoy delicious food and drinks while forging Camaraderie with likeminded Alaskans who
Since launching on Sept. 11, 2019 Alaska Watchman has seen more than 30,000 visitors read over 100,000 articles on our pro-life, pro-family news website. These are very encouraging numbers for a project that is just three and a half months old. The vast
I’m writing to you today because the Alaska Watchman needs more financial supporters. Our dynamic website is running smoothly with a steady stream of engaging articles, videos and columns, and our readership is expanding across the state. Since launching in
Why indeed? This is a question I have asked myself time and again throughout the process of developing and launching this news agency. For years I have traveled in many overlapping political circles. I have friends who fall on polar opposite sides of
Amid constant assaults on faith, family and traditional family values the Alaska Watchman provides a unique, grassroots media alternative for Alaskans. In establishing the Alaska Watchman, we deliberately chose to forgo nonprofit status in order to have the
Click here to listen to the radio interview between Jim Minnery and Alaska Watchman Editor-in-Chief Joel Davidson. The interviewed aired on Family Matters Radio Show and looks at the need for a pro-life, pro-family news agency in
The Alaska Watchman aims to raise awareness of key issues affecting Alaskans. Coming from a broadly Judeo-Christian perspective, we are committed to the highest standards of journalism and ethical reporting.
Our reports look to inform and equip Alaskans to effectively engage the culture for the common good. Please keep your comments respectful.