Reach a Village in Alaska for as Little As $25 per month
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How We Are Helping
We run an organization called Last Frontier Ministries just outside of Denali National Park, in Alaska. Alaska is three times the size of the State of Texas with 231 federally recognized villages within. Most of those villages are off the road system, only accessible by boat, plane, snowmachine or ATV and that’s where we come in. Most missionaries have a hard enough time doing that in a tropical setting let alone at 50 below zero when we have nearly 24 hours of darkness.
Our main focus of ministry is with the Athabascan Alaskans in those villages. The suicide rate is triple that of the rest of the US. So is alcoholism and drug addiction.
Our goal is to be the only light they may see through coming alongside of them to meet their needs from work projects, to food, to clothing and diapers and once they experience the love of God in action, they are open to coming to the services and discipleship we offer.
From building projects, to Discipleship training programs, to children programs, Last Frontier Ministries is bringing the light of God into the darkest place in the content
- Helping to create villages who can build their own communities.
- Graduates of our discipleship training school are equipped to go out and reach a lost and dying world.
- Goes to the hardest to reach places in Alaska’s Last Frontier by boat, ATV, snowmobile, and airplane.