Spiritual Awakening With Three People Who Saw The Spiritual World

People Who Saw the Spiritual World Testify This is Bishop Nicholson.  God is moving in incredible ways, today.  Even through children God is making the reality of heaven and hell something that we must deal with, if one does not know Jesus Christ as Savior.  Capturing the reality of heaven and hell is what is happening at the Anchorage Moravian Church during it’s three evening – “What’s Your Story” Singspiration, April 21-23, 2017, 6 pm, nightly. As a minister of the gospel I’ve done many funerals.  All you have to do when you look at the faces of the people there, especially the unbelievers and you will know that they are asking the question and they do not know the answer, “Where are they now?  What actually happens after death?  Is there really a literal heaven?….a literal hell? As someone has said, “I don’t care how much education you have or how many degrees hang on your wall, a face-to-face confrontation with the awesome reality of death will make even the most earthly-minded person stop and think.  The problem is that peoople who don’t know or respect the authority of the Word of God have no basis for finding answers … Continue reading

The Cheerful Gift Giver

God is the lover of a cheerful gift giver (Let each one give [thoughtfully and with purpose] just as he has decided in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver [and delights in the one whose heart is in his gift]. 2 Corinthians 9:7 AMP)? God Himself is The Greatest  Cheerful Gift Giver. Be delighted in the LORD always and gift for HIS purpose. God can manage it. He gives life. He gives breath. He gives good gifts to all according to the desires of the heart (Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires and petitions of your heart. Psalm 37:4 AMP). When in doubt about your gifting, ask The Father (The Manager), The Son (The Lover of Operations), and the Holy Spirit (The Worker); Father what do You think about this gift? Jesus do You love this gift? Holy Spirit what are You saying about this gift (C. Ricker, T. Cullen, 2016, Josiah’s Fire, pp 136)? The Father will manage the gift. Jesus loves to operate on the gift. The Holy Spirit is willing to work the gift. What a better way for someone to Manage, Operator and … Continue reading


Article by Bishop William Nicholson Newest drummer for AncMC. Bishop’s Nicholson two (2) year old granddaughter, Evvona. She was born sick with many issues, which we are wrestling with. My wife and I have shed many a tear for the health of this child. Her health now is an emerging testimony in itself. The story behind this video is that Evonna happened to be in the Church hallway visiting the Bishop. Suddenly she cried out to Harry, our Building Maintenance guy, as she pushed open the heavy hall way door and passed through. Out loud and firmly, she said, “Harry, come here….”Kaaamonnn!”…nodding her head to come. After Harry went through the hallway door, Evonna, again called out….”Gramps (the bishop), come here”, so I went through the door into the hall way. Evonna, the recently turned 2 year old, then cried out, “Mom! Kaaamonnnn” (Come Here). We three stood there in the entry way, wondering what the little one wanted. Then, quickly Evonna, without any direction from us, with her little legs and feet moved over to the heavy main Church sanctuary doors with her little hands amazingly opened the one door entirely by herself (where she got the strength, I … Continue reading

A Recipe for Moravian Lovefeast Buns

LOVEFEAST BUNS needed! Interested in baking Moravian buns for next Easter Sunday (April 16, 2017) AncMc Easter Lovefeast service, 11:30 AM, contact Pastor Nicholson at 240-8102 or Barbara, his wife, at 240-3837.  ALSO, after the morning worship service a potluck refreshment time will be allowed.  If you would like to bring food, feel free! Here’s a recipe: Ingredients – 2 packages yeast 1/2 cup warm water 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 cup hot, dry mashed potatoes, unseasoned 1/2 cup milk, scalded and cooled 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 2 tablespoons orange rind 2 tablespoons lemon rind 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon mace 1-1/2 pounds flour Instructions – Makes about 30 buns. Mix together the yeast and water. Let sit for 5 minutes. Cream together sugar and butter. Add and mix in well the potatoes, milk, and eggs. Add the dissolved yeast mixture. Mix spices into the yeast mixture. Add in enough flour to make a soft dough. Knead dough on well floured table. Form into ball and place in greased bowl. Cover with cloth and let rise in warm place until double in size (about 2 hours). Pinch … Continue reading

AncMC 2017 Holy Week & Easter Schedule

The 2017 Anchorage Moravian Church Passion Week and Easter Schedule follows: Sunday – April 9:  Palm Sunday worship, 11:30 am (Spanish Church – Mission La Roca Fellowship meets at 2 pm, Lounge area) Monday – April 10:  Passion Week Reading, 6 pm Tuesday – April 11:  Passion Week Reading, 6 pm Wednesday – April 12:  Passion Week  Reading, 6 PM Thursday – April 13:  Holy Communion, 6 pm Friday – April 14 – Good Friday Readings, 6 pm Sunday – April 16  – Easter Sunrise Service, 6:10 am at Anchorage Memorial Cemetery; Easter Lovefeast, 11:30 am.  (Mission La Roca Fellowship meets in main sanctuary of Skyline at 2 pm with Pastor Austin Reed) Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery is located south and across the street from the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Anchorage, Alaska.  The street address is 535 E 9th Ave.   At this location the Easter Sunrise service is scheduled for Sunday, April 16, 2017, at 6:10 AM.  According to the weather service sunrise is at 6:15 AM.  This is a very traditional Moravian service to worship Jesus by gathering together on Easter morning.  It is also a time to remember those that have passed on during the last 12 months. … Continue reading

United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) Group Story:

Article by Bishop William Nicholson, UAMM President, March 31, 2017: NOTE:  Soon a new website entirely devoted to United Alaska Moravian Ministry (UAMM) will be published.  A button will appear on this site to link to UAMM’s information.   All of UAMM’s  news and articles will be transferred to the UAMM domain.  Anchorage Moravian Church (AncMC) falls under UAMM, so this site (www.alaskamoravian.org) will be solely the AncMC site, not UAMM.  Folks, please be watching! As a Moravian Group recognized by the Unitas Fratrum in November 2012, it’s status reaffirmed in May 2014, and then by August 2016 UAMM was removed from the Moravian Unity by a small and powerful group due to its stand against Gay Ordination.  UAMM is hopeful, someday, to re-enter status with the Moravian Unity!  But for now, it is free to grow, expand, without any supervision, but the Spirit of God, and direction from the Word of God!  And indeed it continues to explode in growth! UAMM’s 18 Churches and Fellowships are located in the Kuskokwim, Bristol Bay,  Anchorage, and the southcentral areas of Kenai and Soldotna including a growing Church in Federal Way, Washington state.   Anchorage,  Bethel, Big Lake, Dillingham, Kenai/Soldotna,  Manokotak,  and Wasilla, … Continue reading

Messiah in the Passover

The public is cordially invited to a special night with Rev. Daniel Nessim of Chosen People Ministries, who will be presenting the Messiah in the Passover at the Anchorage Moravian Church on March 30, 2017, at 6:30. The following is a little about the speaker Daniel Nessim (from Chosen Ministries website):   “Daniel Nessim is a skilled communicator who has spoken extensively in Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Israel. Having established a branch of Chosen People Ministries in the United Kingdom and planted a Messianic Jewish congregation in the heart of England’s Jewish community, he is now servicing among the Jewish people of Washington State and Vancouver, B.C. Daniel Nessim is the son of Jewish parents who also believe in Jesus. His mother is a survivor of the holocaust, having been being hidden in Berlin throughout the Second World War. His father was from a Jewish family from Baghdad and Cairo. A few years after his arrival in England in the 1950’s, Daniel’s father became the first in his family to believe in Yeshua. Daniel has thus had a privilege rarely accorded to Jewish believers in Yeshua, having a heritage of faith in his own family. At the … Continue reading