Victory in Christ That Never Fails

maria magruder-krinock
Special worship opportunity with Dr. Maria Krinock will be held at the AncMC located at 2150 E. Dowling Road on October 15 & 16, 2016, at 6 pm. Dr. Krinock is the author of a recent book entitled “Your Unseen Enemy Revealed”, published in spring of 2013. Our speakers is well qualified to speak on Spiritual Warfare and the personal victory we can have through Jesus Christ. The public is cordially invited to attend to hear uplifted words from the Word of God, receive prayer for healing, deliverance and salvation!

The following is from Dr. Maria Krinock website.
Sister Krinock is President of Lifeline Outreach Int’l

After the Lord Jesus brought Maria out of a life of addiction, suicide and depression, and into freedom, God called her to begin to share His love to the uttermost parts of the earth. Maria Magruder-Krinock answered the call of God in 1997, while living in Anchorage Alaska and began Lifeline Outreach Itn’l. As she traveled the villages in Alaska, she saw the great need for the power and love of God to be manifest in the peoples lives with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Maria not only began to deliver the Gospel in demonstration of power, but also began to fly out food and supplies to the villages. Many of the villages have no roads, and therefore can only be reached by way of boat or plane. This makes it very difficult for village life, as these types of villages have to fly into town just to go grocery shopping or they have to hunt in order to have a food supply for the year. By bringing food and supplies to the village in bulk as a gift, the whole village would turn out for the meetings. This caused a great increase of salvations, miracles, healing and deliverance.

In 2001, the Lord sent Maria to Elko and Reno, Nevada to minister to the surrounding First Nations Reservations. Holding soul-winning crusades in the gym on the reservations, the Lord blessed the outreaches with a plethora of food, goods and toys to distribute to the people. Through Lifeline Outreach Int’l over $20, 000 worth of food was distributed and over $5000 worth of toys to the children and literally hundreds of people received Christ during this time.

In October 2002, Maria relocated the ministry from Nevada to Pensacola, Florida to study at International Miracle Institute and be a part of the Miracle Faith Apostolic Global Church. Maria had the honor and privilege of receiving a greater revelation of the Word of God and impartation of the gift of working of miracles on a much greater level than ever before, due to the teaching of Drs. Christian and Robin Harfouche. Dr. Christian & Robin Harfouche are Maria’s father and mother in the faith and remains under their 5-fold apostolic gift for the last 12+ years to present.

Flowing strongly in the gift of working of miracles, Maria has a passion to see the body of Christ living in the realm of victory, no matter what opposing circumstance they may be facing. Maria equips the body of Christ with a biblical word of supply that ignites the very heart of people to go to the next level in their walk with Christ.

In the last hour we live in, her and her husband Conrad are more determined than ever to see the harvest of souls for the Kingdom of God. Maria has spent fifteen years of study of the Word of God under Drs. Christian and Robin Harfouche, and licensed through International Miracle Institute with a Doctorate of Divinity and a Doctorate of Ministry.

Maria’s home church is Miracle Faith Apostolic Global Church. Maria and her husband, Conrad have just recently relocated to Reno, Nevada. Together they have started a diaper bank to help parents in need and minister the love of Jesus while also traveling out of Reno to other regions of the United States holding miracle and soul winning crusades with their ministry, Lifeline Outreach Int’l.


Worship with Author Paul Wemmer, October 2, 2016

3rd Day of Holy Spirit Jubilee at the Anchorage Moravian Church, October 2, 2016! It is truly a blessing to have The Rev. Paul Wemmer (and his wife, Jean) as our special guest speaker.

Brother Paul Wemmer is author of a recently published book entitled “Count Zinzendorf and the spirit of the Moravians”. This book will be available soon at the Anchorage Moravian Church. Here is an excerpt from his book from

“Some have heard about the Moravians, but even less have heard about Count Zinzendorf. He was a man of prayer, a man of passion for the “Martermann,” the Man of Sorrows. He could preach all day without tiring. During a sermon he could talk himself into such exhilaration about his Savior that frequently, in rhythmic staccato, he would spontaneously break into impromptu rhyming lyrics, somewhat like the oral poets of ancient Greek and modern rappers. He was an itinerant vagabond for Christ. He urged the Moravians to pray unceasingly, and they prayed unremittingly for over a hundred years. In worship services men and women were separated, but he was instrumental in infusing such a Christian love among the Brethren that he had to advise them not to kiss so loudly that it “schmatzt,” made a loud smacking sound, when they exchanged the kiss of peace. He entreated the Moravians without coercing to have a burden for lost souls. He wrote that he himself was not so much a God-fearing, but a God-joyful person. Yet he knew suffering. He was harassed as a boy in a boarding school; called a beast by a friend he protected; greeted by a jester in the royal court of Berlin, because the king thought he was a fool; exiled from his beloved homeland; accused of gross misconduct by newspapers in Pennsylvania; and lost nine of his twelve children prematurely. But Zinzendorf knew where to get his strength. Even in his early youth he developed an intimacy with the Lamb of God through prayer. This is a story of persecution, of dissension, of Spirit-filled boldness, of daring enterprises, of dying on mission fields and of congenial relations among the Brethren. The story of the Moravians in the eighteenth century reminds us perhaps of the chronicle of the early Christians in Acts.” count-zinzendorf-book

We Need Jesus Now More Than Ever

A brief commentary from Pastor William Nicholson: Are you sailing in story weather? These are difficult days for the church and ourselves individually. Times will come when – “We must take heed, when you think you stand, lest you fall” (I Corinthians 10:12). Even though we are living in Christ, totally committed to Christ, if we are not careful, we may be drifting towards the edge and fall.

We should all be seeking the Lord as to the revelation of His Will! I am crying out to God to show me more of what He wants me to do. I hope you can join me as we all shout to God to move and bless us!!! So we can do more for Him!!!

What can we do to bring increased demonstration and revelation of God’s Kingdom? Especially when because of so much relative peace, security, and for many prosperity, we do not know the Lord or His power as fully as we should. We do not want to be overcome by the philosophies of today, the humanism, secularism, and traditionalism. Or maybe because of the business of work, constant struggle, and losing bible study and real intimate prayer time, without knowing it, you can become a victim of the enemy who wants to “steal, kill, and destory” (John 10:10).

More of Christ; more of relationship in Christ and one another should be our aim, daily! More of His Spirit; more prevailing prayer that God will reveal His Will for us, and that we move forward obediently to do His Will.

We’ve heard others admonish us prophetically. As believers in Christ, we must remain unified and overcome spiritual darkness by the blood of the Lamb. God is indeed talking to us, today! “These are critical times and it’s going to get worse!” The enemy is rising. Our unity is wonderful and will help us win. When one falls, thank God there are those willing to lift you up!!!

The song, “We Need Jesus Now More Than Ever” has been on my heart. It is very special song. May it encourage you today. Amen!!!

Living Waters Singspiration with Moravian Pastor’s from Honduras

Tonight, May 17, 2016, 6:30 pm, The Rev. Isai Granwell and The Rev. Harlan Maclin, President from the Honduras Moravian Province led us in worship and praise.  Offerings will go for scholarships and medical supplies for the Moravian Church in Honduras.  If you did not make the worship, feel free to make a donation to UAMM with memo – scholarship or medical supplies.  God will bless you for your gifts. As the Holy Spirit lays it upon your heart do it obediently!  Thank you.

Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life

Here is a glimpse into a recent spontaneous worship at a non-denominational evening Singspiration, Sunday night, 6 pm, at the Anchorage Moravian Church.  No one told the folks to stand and worship; it was prompted by a move of the Holy Spirit.  Such freedom of worship in “Spirit & Truth!”  The familiar Moravian liturgical service is at 11:30 am, Sunday.  Everyone welcome!

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“His Blood Has Made Us One”, April 24, 2016 at the AncMC

Gospel Concert
Master of Ceremonies – Dean Carl
6 – 8:30 pm

Pre-concert music Donna Westdahl
Welcome/Opening Remarks Dean Carl & Carrie Paton
Prayer of blessing

Warm Up:
– Mae Moses, Solist w/ Donna Westdahl at Piano
– Jane Griffin & Annie Stewart, Duet, Yupik Gospel
– Billy Olsen, Solo
– Moses Mute, Solo
– Rufina Shaishnikoff, Solo
– Louise Coopchiak & Carrie Paton, Duet
– Dean Carl, Solo

The Concert:
– Welcome To My Father’s House
– Come On And Praise the Lord
– You are Worthy of Our Praise
– I Want to Praise Him

Break: 1st Native Baptist Church
– I Will Never Let Go of Your Hand
– I’m Glad Somebody Prayed for Me
– I Don’t Worry About Tomorrow

Break: Anchorage Moravian Church
– That’s Why I Got Saved
– There’s A Season, There’s A Reason
Offering – During Giving selection, “A Blessing to Others”
– Jesus Is All I Need
– I Still Believe
– There Is Power In the Blood

Closing Selection – His Blood Has Made Us One
Charles L. Towler, The Blessing of Training & Concert:
Charles L. Towler spent Friday night, a good portion of Saturday, including a dress rehearsal this afternoon to prepare the singers for this first-ever concert held at the Anchorage Moravian Church. We are thankful to have Mr. Dean Carl, President of This Old House of God Gospel Music to be the Master of Ceremonies tonight. With his leadership and partial funding, we are fortunate to have Brother Towler teach praise choruses and gospel songs for everyone to enjoy.

Here is what Brother Charles says, “I have been in gospel music for over 50 years as a composer, editor, publisher, and teacher. I love working with the local church and helping them to have meaningful worship music.”

Anyone can sing, but it is always helpful to receive additional training. Tonight’s concert will have specials from singles, groups, and choirs.

Donations given will pay for Brother Towler’s roundtrip airfare and for an honorium.

Folks, we pray that you will all have a good time!

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Stamps Baxter Concert at AncMC

Charles L. Towler with Amazing Southern Gospel/Stamps Baxter type music will be providing training for Anchorage interested singers (anyone from any Church in the area), church choirs, and other singing groups at the Anchorage Moravian Church beginning April 22, 2016. Music Concert sponsored by This Old House of God Gospel Music Ministry (Dean Carl) and the AncMC is scheduled for April 24, 2016, 6 pm, at 2150 E. Dowling Road, Anchorage, Alaska.

EVERYONE IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND AND LISTEN TO GREAT GOSPEL MUSIC! Let’s get the word out folks! Invite family and friends.

Charles Towler will be teaching praise choruses and gospel songs. Here is what Brother Charles sent – “A little about me: I have been in gospel music for over 50 years as a composer, editor, publisher, and teacher. I love working with the local church and helping them to have meaningful worship music.”   We are hopeful that several Churches and other singing groups will participate. If your Church or group is interested, please call Dean Cart at 362-3611, Tanya Kernak at 868-3177 or Carre Paton at 570-8857. 

Training Schedule is as follows:
April 22 – 6 pm (1 1/2 – 2 hours)
April 23 – 10:00 am – 12 Noon, 1:00 pm till 3:00. There is leeway there for how long people want for lunch.
Evening 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

SUNDAY DRESS REHEARSAL, April 24, 2016, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.



Holy Week Schedule & Readings

Holy Week and Easter ServicesThe Anchorage Moravian Church conducts its Passion Week readings each night beginning on March 21, 2016, 6 pm.

Monday – Wednesday, 6 pm.

Thursday – Maunday Thursday Communion, 6 pm

Friday – 6 pm

Easter Sunrise Service, 7:15 am at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery

Easter Lovefeast Service, 11:30 am