Lingering Days of Summer

School started last week, and that ordinarily signals the end of summer. Many people enjoyed our unusually hot summer. We set a record for the lowest amount of precipitation this summer–barely exceeding 2 inches. Now wildfires plague our state. Fire season has been extended from August 31 until September 30 because of the extremely dry

Contest Winners Announced

ABM recently offered two opportunities to win an Alaska Wild Berry Wilderness Meat and Cheese gift package filled with genuine Alaskan treats. Contestants signed up to receive our email and print newsletters. Winners from the first contest are: Daniel Crumley Jennifer Hamilton Winners who signed up during the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh include: Misty Evans

The Sound of Encouragement

Energy surged through my body while standing outside the Arctic Barnabas Ministries hangar. A few minutes earlier, Paul’s announcement echoed down the office hallway, “we are getting ready to start the Aztec engine!” A chilly morning welcomed our presence as we poured out the door in anticipation to hear the sound of a metal roaring

ABM’s Piper Aztec Needs an Engine!

Here’s an opportunity for you—make it fly! The Piper Aztec (one of our main aircraft) makes it possible for ABM staff to carry out our mission and vision by making more flights to remote villages, even in adverse weather conditions. The Aztec needs an engine rebuilt as it approaches the “time before overhaul” limit of
A dental team from Michigan, a children’s ministry team from Pennsylvania, a teen ministry team from Oregon, a worship team from Colorado, and a beautician and photographer from Alaska all ministered to the Christian pastors and missionaries and their families during the 17th annual Ministry Family Retreat Oct. 1-5 at Victory Bible Camp in moose

Ministry Family Retreat 2018

“Amazing” was the word used most often to describe Arctic Barnabas Ministries’ 17th annual Ministry Family Retreat Oct. 1-5 at Victory Bible Camp near Sutton, Alaska. The 16 pastors’ and missionaries’ families from the “Bush” of remote Alaska and Northern Canada gathered with a similar number from Arctic Barnabas for a week filled with rousing