Join church planters who are evangelizing hard-to-reach villages in what is called “Bush Alaska.” There are fewer miles of road in all of Alaska than in the state of Maine. That’s saying something, since you can fit almost three states the size of Texas in one Alaska! But far beyond all those roads are many Alaskan native villages, many of which existed long before Alaska became a state. These people consist of three main people groups, Eskimo, Athabaskan and Aleut. There are hundreds of native villages scattered throughout Alaska. The population of these villages range from 25 to 1500 people. While there is a great diversity among these villages in culture, population, and location, one thing is common among them all. They need to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.
This is a wonderful opportunity to see pioneer missions in an American context. Contact us today to learn more.