Lifelines Expedition: Alaska
Men and Women, are you ready to face the Alaskan wilderness? This expedition will push you—physically, emotionally and spiritually—through outdoor adventure and a ministry to Native American high school students. Come learn what it means to be a man or woman of God and how to live life with that calling.
For the first half of the expedition, we will journey off-trail, deep into Lake Clark National Park. We will be away from the distractions of life so we can focus on what matters most. Relying on a map and compass, God’s Word, and each other, we will grow into the people God made us to be. We will backpack, boat, and fish—no outdoor experience required, though courage and physical fitness are a must. During the second half, we will volunteer at a nearby Bible camp, applying what we’ve learned by serving high school kids from all over southwestern Alaska.
As this expedition will prove, God is more concerned with our character and our hearts than he is about our happiness and comfort. Don’t miss this experience.
Price does not include your travel to and from Anchorage but includes all of your food, group gear, fishing license, and small plane travel.
$500 deposit due at acceptance to reserve your spot.
Notice: This project requires you to be in good physical condition. You will be involved in activities such as hiking long distances with a heavy backpack. Please consult with a physician prior to applying if you have any health concerns or past medical history.
Questions? Contact Mark Brown.