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    Renowned musician and evangelist brings religious freedom fight to Alaska

    A renowned Christian musician and evangelist with a passion for fighting big tech and government violations of religious liberty and free speech is in...

    Anchorage event to explore how Christians can redeem divisive politics

    Leigh Sloan will lead a July 12 discussion in Anchorage on how Christians can engage hot-button social and political issues without unnecessarily sowing division....

    Shelter sues Anchorage again to keep transgender males from sleeping with abused women

    The Anchorage Downtown Hope Center – a faith-based women’s shelter – has filed another lawsuit in federal district court to prevent the city from...

    Anti-Semitism in Russia and its reemergence among American leftists

    Anti-Semitism is a hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious or racial group.  The term anti-Semitism was coined in 1879 by the German agitator Wilhelm...

    U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka addresses abortion, women’s sports, religious freedom

    Kelly Tshibaka, who is attempting to unseat 20-year U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 midterms, addressed a number of hot-button issues during a...

    AK Family Council praises U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of religious liberty

    Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that every child in need of a forever home deserves the chance to be adopted or...

    Melting Pot vs. Multiculturalism: What really causes cultural dysfunction in America today?

    The charges of white privilege,  systemic racism and critical race theories are tearing our country apart and far from a reality. As a result,...

    Old fashioned tent revival headed to Anchorage this summer

    A six-week tent revival will kick off in Anchorage this week with nightly worship, prayer and preaching. The interdenominational gatherings will run from June...

    Alaska Archbishop tried to delay discussion on denying Communion to pro-abortion politicians

    Archbishop Andrew Bellisario, who oversees some 32,000 Alaska Catholics in the Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau, is among a minority block of U.S. bishops who wish...

    Pro-abortion Catholics and the fate of the Church in America

    This month, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the national organization of close to 300 Catholic bishops in America, will convene its...

    The specter of Catholic schism should trouble us all

    One need not be a Catholic to understand that the world’s largest religion is in crisis – like just about every other institution from...

    This woke identity nightmare is eating America from within

    Setting aside religious, ethnic, racial and social differences to achieve a greater good was once considered an American hallmark and the envy and wonder...

    122 Alaska pastors sign letter opposing Equality Act – has yours?

    Alaska Family Action is encouraging biblically-aligned faith leaders across Alaska to sign a Pastoral Statement of Opposition to the dangerous and far-reaching Equality Act...

    Former Anchorage strip club transformed into a house of God

    Patrons of the old Fantasies on Fifth strip joint in Anchorage probably never imagined that their den of iniquity would one day be transformed...

    Alaska faith leaders urged to oppose Equality Act’s threat to religious, civil liberties

    Religious leaders from across Alaska are being asked to sign a joint letter opposing the Equality Act, a measure which has already passed out...

    How isolated minorities preserve religious identity amid dominant secular societies

    Ethnic minorities, religious refugees and other groups segregated by a dominant society have developed and implemented strategies and tactics intended to protect their national...

    U.S. Bishops’ pending decision on pro-abortion Catholics may impact Sen. Murkowski

    U.S. Catholics bishops will gather in June to discuss how to deal with Catholic politicians who support the killing of unborn babies through abortion....

    How Russian Old Believers keep the faith in modern Alaska

    Profoundly religious, the Russian people were shaken to their core by the Russian Orthodox Church liturgical reforms introduced by Patriarch Nikon (1666–1667) who, under...

    Alaskans to gather at State Capitol steps for National Day of Prayer

    Alaskans will mark the 70th annual National Day of Prayer with a May 6 gathering on the steps of the Alaska State Capitol in...

    U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka speaks about the role of faith in political life

    Four days before announcing her intent to challenge Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her U.S. Senate seat in 2022, Kelly Tshibaka appeared on a prominent...

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