Help needed October 14-19th in Glennallen

Joy Media Ministries has taken on the monumental task of building housing for their missionaries to live in. They have received donations to cover most of the materials, but labor is being done by volunteers. Do you have construction abilities? Here are the projects for us to work on.

The first project is a 2,400-square-foot renovation that is partially completed. The upstairs unit is three bedrooms, two bathrooms, with a large kitchen/living space. Downstairs will be two apartments and a common kitchen/living area. There is still plenty of finish work to do, including drywall, mudding, painting, hanging doors, laying flooring, electrical work, etc.

The second is a new build for missionary, Michelle Eastty. She has been with KCAM for almost 20 years, and has lived in six different houses here. A 24' x 26' cabin was built by a construction company, but the inside will be finished with volunteer teams. Due to new staff arrivals, it needs to be livable by this winter.

Are you skilled in various construction areas, a team player, and passionate about advancing missions? Would you consider taking part with the team to do general construction work? It's a great opportunity to see how the LORD is working in and through the ministry of KCAM. 

How does building a house help the radio ministry?

Housing is at a premium in their small town of Glennallen. Combine limited options for renting with the fact that their missionaries need to be close to the station to respond to issues 24/7, and the high cost of available housing, and accommodations are a huge part of their monthly budgets. Building on KCAM land will take a weight off so they can focus on reaching out to the Copper River Valley with the Gospel.   

Thank you for your interest and your prayers!

We look forward to hearing from you!

  Team Leader; Dave Flamm (907-259-5960)

Operation Christmas Child

{ Send Good News and Great Joy }

National Collection Week: November 12-19, 2018

Bring your shoeboxes to church on November 18 and we'll deliver them to the Samaritan's Purse hangar.

What is Operation Christmas Child?

Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization. 

Their mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ. 

They ship these simple gifts outside the United States to children affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine, and disease; and to children living on Native American reservations in the U.S.

For more information about OCC, packing a shoebox, and to donate the shipping cost on-line (and find out what country your box is going to), click here!

reach out

God is mightily at work in the world, and we are excited as a church body to partner financially and in prayer with the following organizations and individuals.

  • Love INC

    Love In the Name of Christ. Helping local church bodies meet local needs.

    Their mission: to meet the needs of our neighbors through the resources of the church and community.

  • MARC

    Missionary Aviation Repair Center, in Soldotna AK, and serving the throughout the state. 

    Their mission: to expand the reach of the Gospel in Alaska by: flying people and supplies where there are no roads, supporting other missionaries & their aircraft, and training missionary-minded pilots & mechanics.

  • Persecution Project

    The Persecution Project brings crisis relief and spiritual hope to victims of civil war, genocide and religious persecution. They provide on the ground assistance while restoring hope and rebuilding communities through the love of Christ.

    Their mission: providing active compassion for the persecuted.

  • Jo Mangione with Teach Beyond

    About Jo:

    With a double degree in Bible and ESL (English as a second language) from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Jo has been working with a missions organization in Alaska for the past four years, with the goal of loving and serving the evangelical church in Russia, and partnering with them as they love and support many of Russia's orphans. This fall, Jo moved to St. Petersburg to teach at the International Academy of St. Petersburg, for full-time ministry in Russia. She looks forward to loving her students at the academy, working alongside the church in St. Petersburg and utilizing the summer months to engage in new ministry endeavors and further invest in the relationships already made.

    About Teach Beyond:

    "Teachers impact lives and cultures through education every day. Our vision is to go beyond – integrating faith and learning in the simple, yet profound belief that through the power of God’s Holy Spirit, lives and cultures will be transformed into Christ’s image.

    We wholeheartedly desire to serve our Father’s world, to love Jesus Christ, and to see individuals and societies transformed by His Spirit through education."

  • Ryann Runion and Daniel + Alison Shuler with Solid Rock Bible Camp

    The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer;

        my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge,

        my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. 

    Psalm 18:2

    Mission: To help the youth of Alaska to meet God in His creation so as to live in mindfulness of Him.