One of the nation’s most renown soldiers, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin, is the special guest speaker at Kenai New Life Assembly of God Church this Sunday, July 25. An original member of the U.S. Army’s Delta Force. Boykin ultimately led
The Anchorage Downtown Hope Center – a faith-based women’s shelter – has filed another lawsuit in federal district court to prevent the city from forcing it to admit men who identify as females and let them sleep next to women who have endured sexual
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 18 to July 25, starting 6 p.m. nightly under the theme of “Fanning the Flames of Revival.”
One need not be a Catholic to understand that the world’s largest religion is in crisis – like just about every other institution from medicine, education, government, unions, political parties, private organizations, etc. Whether you love, hate or are
Patrons of the old Fantasies on Fifth strip joint in Anchorage probably never imagined that their den of iniquity would one day be transformed into a house of God. The story of how that happened involves an inspired Vietnamese woman, a real estate agent
Ethnic minorities, religious refugees and other groups segregated by a dominant society have developed and implemented strategies and tactics intended to protect their national identity, religious practices, ancient traditions and community cohesiveness. In
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 the reign of Tsar Alexis Mikhailovich Romanov (1645–1676), had dared to correct the
Alaskans will mark the 70th annual National Day of Prayer with a May 6 gathering on the steps of the Alaska State Capitol in Juneau. Attendees will assemble at 12 p.m. near the William H Seward statue to pray for the nation and the state. State Rep. Sarah
The world pauses today as nearly 2.4 billion Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. It is the high point of the church year, marking the culmination of Christ’s mission and his final triumph over sin and death. Typically, church attendance swells
In honor of Christ’s journey to the cross of Calvary, a group of Alaskans are planning to process through Anchorage, carrying a large wooden cross and offering public prayers on Good Friday, April 2. The local tradition of holding a Good Friday faith walk
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