John Kriegelstein

Alaska Conference education superintendant and communication director

Sitka Teacher Rings Chimes in Tobago

The Mt. Pleasant Adventist Church had a problem. In their small West Indies' town on the island of Tobago, illiteracy and drugs are rampant.

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Arctic Mission Adventurers Receive Bible Worker Training

With more than 250 remote Native villages in Alaska, the Alaska Conference is intentional in its efforts to train and place lay workers in the areas beyond the reach of p

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Bible Worker's Testimony Fuels Passion for Evangelism

Tony Sherman recently presented an evangelistic series for the Delta Junction community.

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Low-cost Technology Brings Gospel to Bush Alaska Brings Gospel to Bush Alaska

Judi and Gavin Thompson have a passion for getting the gospel into Alaska's Native villages—a vast mission field crying for hope within North America.

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Tribal Court Judge Ends Search for Bible-keeping Church

A trip to her local Fred Meyer store in Fairbanks, Alaska, two years ago, began a journey for Blanche Vest, a Tanana Chiefs Conference tribal court judge, that resulted i

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Rescue Helicopter Joins Alaska Outdoor School

As a rescue helicopter approached Camp Tukuskoya near Wasilla, Alaska, students, who were learning first aid techniques, ran to observe the unexpected landing.

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Alaska Camp Meetings Share the Light

The never-setting sun offers Alaskan residents the opportunity to enjoy nearly nonstop camp meetings.

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Pathfinder Camporee Features Cool Waters and Warm Hearts

With the ice out of Flat Lake by barely a week, nearly 50 Pathfinders from four clubs gathered at Camp Tukuskoya for Alaska's annual spring camporee Memorial Day weekend.

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Recent Convert Inspires Anchorage Members

On a Friday last September, Donavon Kack, pastor, received a call from Tina Steenmeyer asking where the church was located.

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Volunteer Teacher Falls in Love With Alaska

Though being paid nothing, Misty Rowe has been fully responsible for a classroom of kindergarten through second-grade students this past year.

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