Bible Baptist Church – Fairbanks Alaska



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“The Pain of Being Misunderstood”. Preached on 03/28/2018 evening service.

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Bible Baptist Church in Fairbanks Alaska was started by missionaries in 1960 who rented a building by the Chena River. Land was purchased at 913 College Road in 1962. The buildings have been expanded in stages and have survived the flood of 1967.

In 1992 we purchased a building, our current location, at 32 Adak Street (near College Road and the Steese Highway) to better reach our community for the Saviour.

Because of Fairbanks’ strategic location “at the end of the paved road,” we are able to supply port and refuge for missionaries in the Arctic Circle.

Bible Baptist Church is an independent congregation, having no denominational ties with any organizations, but having fellowship with all who honor the Word of God and the God of the Word. We are neither formal nor stuffy, but enjoy a freedom of open fellowship and worship.

1967 flood and aftermath in downtown Fairbanks



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Scenes from the 1967 flood in Fairbanks, Alaska, filmed by Lewis “Lew” J. Gibson, a law enforcement officer for the Fairbanks, Alaska, Police Department from the 1950s through 1970s. Scenes include high water underneath the Cushman Street Bridge, a boat passing flooded cars and the Union 76 Station on Barnette Street (likely viewed from the window of the fire department on Seventh Avenue), flooded neighborhoods, the Texaco Station, damaged railroad tracks, looking southward along a muddy Cushman Street, sandbags in the lawn of the Immaculate Conception Church, the Samson Hardware building, and Safeway. (Color/Silent/8mm film).

This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-13921 from the Lewis Gibson collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.

Early Morning metal detecting in Fairbanks Alaska



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up early in Fairbanks on my never ending quest to keep the local playgrounds safe for the children by metal detecting with my Fisher F75 and removing the dangerous items found
Link to fisher metal detectors

A Weekend in FAIRBANKS, ALASKA



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Come along on this adventure when i traveled to spend a weekend in Fairbanks, Alaska!

This adventure occurred 7 months ago in late September, 2017 when the leaves were all golden and Fairbanks was experiencing a beautiful fall season! It was perfect for shooting a lodge promo video!

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Alaska Day 5 – Fairbanks to Copper Center, DJI Spark footage



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Kate’s B&B:

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QUEEN OF THE SKIES by Nicolai Heidlas Music
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Always (Vlog Music) by Dj Quads
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My Home Town Fairbanks Alaska



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Images from the late 1950s include: title screen “My Home Town Fairbanks Alaska”; panoramic view of downtown Fairbanks, likely shot from the top of the Polaris Building, including views of the Cushman Street bridge, Samson’s Hardware, The Big I building, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s Hospital, the coal bunkers, Slaterville homes, Griffin Park ball field and ice rink, the Wendell Street bridge, downtown Fairbanks homes, the Northward Building, downtown Fairbanks looking south, the Wendell Street bridge again, and the buildings and power plant at Ladd Air Force Base (now Fort Wainwright); Fairbanks homes; Travelers Inn sign and building; views of downtown from the Cushman Street bridge; Fairbanks Golf and Country Club building, golfers, and archers with bows and arrows on the golf course; downtown Fairbanks house in flames, Fairbanks Fire Department fighting the fire, and many people watching the large blaze; large building; person in chef hat; children playing with baby moose; University of Alaska sign and buildings, including the Geophysical Institute, Constitution Hall, campus housing, Wickersham Hall, the Brooks Building, Harriet Hess Hall, the Eielson Memorial Building, the Patty Gym, and others; more Fairbanks homes and yards; the Polaris Building and Northward Building in downtown Fairbanks; Island Homes sign, homes and gardens; sign for Vegetable Variety Trials (experimental gardens at the university?), and garden with cabbages, kohlrabi, rutabagas, corn, squash, lettuce, zucchini, peas and grains; farm fields, people harvesting potatoes, men posing next to bags of potatoes, man driving tractor in farm field; summer parade in downtown Fairbanks with several marching bands; and scenes of downhill skiing. (Color/Silent/16mm)

This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-11933 from the Willsey-Mendenhall collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.

APOSTOLIC OF FAIRBANKS ALASKA



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When Our Church Becomes Your Church – Watch “What Can You Expect” when you visit Apostolic of Fairbanks.

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The Alaska Experience



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Video Visits presents The Alaska Experience.
Enjoy this magnificent journey across the great land of Alaska and marvel at the diversity of its people, its wildlife, and its unmatched scenic beauty.

Experience the natural wonders of Denali, the wildlife of Kenai Fjords National Park and the awesome beauty of the Northern Lights and the Valley of 10,000 Smokes.

Cruise the famed Inside Passage and visit Ketchikan, Wrangell, and the Norwegian town of Petersburg, on the way to Sitka, with its fascinating Russian history.

Visit the major cities of Juneau and Anchorage, then journey to the fishing ports of Seward and Homer.

Find out why Alaska’s reputation for fishing is unparalleled in the world, then stop over in Fairbanks and Nome on the way to Kotzebue, the land of the Eskimo and the Midnight Sun.

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