The faith-based organization, Revive Alaska Community Services (RACS), is on the verge of completing a special program aimed at getting seniors and veterans off the streets and into permanent housing. The Comfort Homes project includes 10 prefabricated
The last 200 years has seen the Age of Faith, whose erosion began with the Renaissance, devolve into the Age of Science, to the point where science has no longer become merely science, but a replacement religion. Currently, it is quite a demanding religion as
At about midnight on May 4 the outside of St. Andrew Catholic Church in Eagle River was vandalized with more than a dozen spray painted phallic images on the church walls, windows and walkways. Nails were also left scattered across sections of the church
The four leading conservative candidates who are running to fill out the remaining months of the late Rep. Don Young’s term have answered a survey questionnaire that deals with some of the most contentious social issues facing the nation. Conducted by
On April 6 Alaska Watchman editor Joel Davidson asked as a title of his article “What are we to do with Anchorage as it is?” Well, I have an answer for Joel, Anchorage and frankly for all of Alaska. I am Ted Smith, Director of the Alaska Colson Fellows
Today, Christians around the world observe “Good Friday,” the day Jesus died by crucifixion after being flogged, beaten, mocked and betrayed. One would be forgiven for wondering just what the faithful see as so “good” about this Friday before Easter.
The candidate I supported in the Anchorage election – the candidate for whom I volunteered and for whom I voted, Stephanie Taylor, is behind to incumbent Anchorage Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar as I write this. A similar story is playing out in other
The Catholic Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau is listening to the “dreams” of Alaska’s LGBTQ community in an effort to better celebrate “diversity within local Catholic communities.” Last month, the archdiocese held a little-publicized
If election day totals hold, the Anchorage Assembly will remain firmly controlled by the radical leftists who imposed Covid mandates, shut down churches, limited religious liberties and personal freedoms, pushed LGBTQ politics and bungled homelessness.
A group of Mat-Su Christians will gather in Wasilla on April 9 to pray for local political figures and contemporary issues as well as for the spiritual needs of Alaska’s Native communities. Alaska State Representative Kevin McCabe (R-Big Lake) will speak
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