Featured Mission

  • Frontline Mission

    Frontline Mission in Wasilla truly lives out their motto, “A connecting place between the less fortunate and compassionate.”  A visit with Pastor Manoj Ingle and his wife Vandana reveals their heart of compassion that is obvious and contagious.  Their vision is to reach out not just to those who are less fortunate, but to those caring for the less fortunate as well. Food is distributed at Frontline’s location on Thursdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., but recently they have added the Frontline Cafe that’s now open for three hot meals during the week. Thursday and Friday lunch

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  • Family Promise Mat-Su

    With the wintry onset of cold and blustery weather, Alaskans like to snuggle comfortably into the warm protection of well insulated homes enjoying food stored up for the long season. There are some who don’t have such comfort or protection.  In fact their numbers are increasing as witnessed around our communities throughout Alaska.  What can be done to help these people who for various reasons have lost their homes in a place where winter weather can be most severe, often not getting enough food to eat? Family Promise Mat-Su is one community outreach that shelters families by working directly with

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  • ABC Pregnancy Care Center in Kenai

    “The One who calls you is faithful, and He will do it.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:24 Jesus rocked the cultural boat when it came to women. In His day, women were looked upon as second-class citizens, property that didn’t require much attention or investment. But Jesus was different. He saw them with eyes that recognized their worth and significance, both on earth and throughout eternity. Kenai’s ABC Pregnancy Care Center has lived out Jesus’ vision towards the women of the central Kenai Peninsula since 1985. The center’s director, Colleen Ward, said that the center is designed to show young women

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Recent Articles

  • Faith Recovery Fellowship Grows out of Community Chaplain Program – update

    The real test of prison ministry is successful re-entry into society.  It’s having ex-inmates becoming productive members of the Christian community and responsible citizens.  In an effort to bring those successes forward Faith Recovery Fellowship came into being.  Scott Thompson serving as a Community Chaplain in the Mat-Su Valley saw the real need to take the next step and start a ministry directed specifically toward ex-inmates. The purpose of this ministry is to aid in the transition of individuals getting out of prison through a weekly Bible study with local committed Christians in a group environment.             This is an incredible

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  • Expanding Correctional Center Outreach – Community Chaplain Position

    The real test of prison ministry is the success of its re-entry programs. It’s having ex-inmates becoming productive citizens.  In an effort to bring those successes forward, Alaska Correctional Ministries is transitioning one of their Chaplains, Scott Thompson serving at Goose Creek Correctional Center into a new Community Chaplain position.  As Scott explains, this position will allow him to work within Goose Creek for half his time, then in the community in re-entry ministry with pastors, community leaders and ex-inmates the rest of the time.  This is an incredible opportunity for discipleship and counseling, helping men re-enter society as a

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  • Faith Communities Welcome to Participate with “Partners in Care” – National Guard

    Joel Heath, one of our Anchorage area National Guard Chaplains recently passed on the following information for Alaska pastors and their congregations.  It is their desire to link caring communities, faith organizations and agencies with the National Guard in support of these warriors and their families who face unique challenges because of their service. Here’s his article to faith communities: Partners in Care – Thank you for your support of approximately 4,000 soldiers, airmen and their families! They are your neighbors and friends – fellow citizens in time of peace and service members who mobilize in time of disaster, community need, or war. 

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