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From the GM’s Desk (November 2018)

“As Western Alaska enters into the winter season, the landscape transforms from the autumnal colors to the beauty of snow. In this season, let us pause to reflect on God’s transformation in our lives this year. John Bell’s hymn, ‘The Summons,’ says it eloquently: ‘Lord, your summons echo true when you but call my name. Let me turn and follow you, and never be the same. In your company I’ll go, where your love and footsteps show. Thus I’ll move and live and grow in you, and you in me.’ Thank you for choosing to answer God’s call to serve through steadfast faith, abundant hope, and boundless love.”

— Margaret A. DeMaioribus, General Manager


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