Today’s U.S. pastors face a culture that is increasingly hostile to biblical truth. Pastors recognize that the culture is inundated with a barrage of lies that are destroying people’s lives, and they don’t want to get caught in the political
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
In an effort to publicly affirm that Jesus Christ is Lord over all of human existence, Catholics from around Alaska have embraced a centuries-old tradition of marching down main streets and along busy highways to mark the feast of Corpus Christi (Latin for
Amid the unleashing of LGBTQ Pride Month in Fairbanks this June, a local church aims to equip area residents with foundational and unchanging moral truths. Hosted by Chena Small Tracks Church of Christ, “Moral Truth in an Immoral Age,” is a five-day
On this Friday, April 14, a widely released movie called “Nefarious” will launch spiritual discussions in Alaska and across America – and likely within houses of worship and youth groups. Nefarious is scheduled to play at the Regal
Editor’s note: The following article was written as a joint effort between Greg Schmidt, Frank Johnson and Gretchen Moreland. A few mornings ago, I woke up to a text from a friend who shared the following joke. “A priest, at rabbit and a minister walk
Today, many Alaskans are joining the 31 million Americans who claim some degree of Irish ancestry in celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day, which remains one of the most popular holidays in America. While this day is certainly known for its shamrocks, periodic
For several years now I have had a copy of Francis Schaeffer’s famous book from 1976 on my desk, more as a reminder to myself, than as an indicator of my faith to guests. His most famous work, ‘How should we then live?‘ is a treatise on
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