by Ken Crawford, President of the Alaska Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Christy was a corporate executive in San Francisco. Tired of her life in a high tech world, she shed everything and moved to Alaska. She bought a remote acreage and even though she was under 5 feet tall and weighed less than 100 pounds, she proceeded to build herself a log cabin off the grid and only accessible by ATV or snow machine.
She lived there for 3 years by herself, then one night was able to catch a signal from one of our radio stations. Intrigued, she found the Tok Seventh-day Adventist Church and attended church there. She heard about our evangelistic series in Anchorage and made her way there, rented a room, and came to every one of our meetings. She returned to the bush a converted woman.