Jim Kincaid

Alaska native ministries director

Alaska Holds Native Spiritual Leadership Workshop

Alaska Native Adventists gathered recently at the Alaska Conference headquarters in Anchorage for the first of what is planned to be a semiannual meeting with the goal of establishing and empowerin

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Selawik Holds Baptism

For years, Marie Savok looked forward to the day her husband, Peachy, became a baptized member of the Adventist Church. That day finally arrived on July 9.

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Alaska Conference Welcomes Returning Missionary Couple

On a recent Sabbath afternoon, the newly arrived missionaries to Selawik, Dennis and Judy Skandunas, were flown to Shungnak by Jim Kincaid in a mission plane to meet their counterparts in mission w

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Arctic Church Ordains Local Leadership

Time is past due for local Native Alaskan people to be empowered to provide leadership for the small Adventist groups in their villages," says Jim Kincaid, an Adventist l

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Northwestern Alaska Arctic Camp Meeting Report: Selawik

For the last 10 years Jim Kincaid has organized a late-winter "camp meeting" for Northwestern Alaska.

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Dillingham Church Members Reach Out to Remote Villages

A group of church members in Dillingham are focusing on ministry to the surrounding native villages.

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New Plane and Hangar For Dillingham Area Mission Work

Paul Karmy, of Burleson, Texas, read in the Adventist World Aviation (AWA) newsletter that an airplane was needed in Bristol Bay to serve the needs of the native people t

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Togiak Gets New Church

Volunteers from Milton-Freewater, Ore., descended on Togiak, Alaska, on July 25.

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Arctic Missions Adventure Update

Annual Northwest Alaska Missions Offering: Northwest members gave more than $33,000 for the Alaska Conference mission outreach to the native villages.

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Summer Mission Extends Its Reach

For the sixth consecutive year, nine people sponsored by the Delta Junction/Tok District made the trek to Shungnak via Adventist World Aviation aircraft.

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