Greg Fralic


Greg and Patty joined the Arctic Barnabas team in the summer of 2018 when they relocated from La Conner, WA to Kenai, AK. Their favorable gifting and passions for aviation, pastoral care, and mission service quickly led them to find Arctic Barnabas and set their sights on serving with ABM several years prior.

Greg grew up on Lopez Island, a small, fairly remote island in the Pacific Northwest, where Greg spent much time hunting, fishing, and exploring. Weekend and summer jobs included electrical meter reading via boat on remote neighboring islands, employment by an aqua sea farm, and work for his uncle & construction company building cabins on remote islands. After High School, Greg trained as an automotive technician and went on to a twenty-eight-year career as a parts professional for the Ford Motor Company in Washington State & Skagit Valley.

Greg’s parents raised him in the church. In 2005, Greg was blessed to spend a month in Israel with a group of pastors. This was a turning point in his faith when the Bible went from black-and-white to full living color. As he watched the group of pastors selflessly use every opportunity to minister God & love and compassion, Greg formulated his life’s mission: &There is no Greater Calling than Service to Others.” He soon became involved in Mexican and Philippine missions as a videographer through his church.

Today, Greg and Patty enjoy spending time supporting pastor and missionary families in bush villages.