Love Is Not Natural

The snowfall in interior Alaska can reach six feet in the winter.

It builds up quickly and packs down hard with inch upon inch of dry snow.

The roads are trampled down by snowmobile, feet, and sled. By the time the snow is done flying, the main roads are snow packed, as hard as asphalt, and one would not even know that a foot of puffy snow had been there days ago.

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About Madelyn Fox

We are the Arctic Foxes. Our family was led by the Lord to serve in Alaska as church planter's years ago, and we've watched Him faithfully open doors for us to live among the Athabascan peoples of the North, declaring the praises of a Savior who is worthy. We live in a remote bush village located on the Arctic Circle. There is no Bible church in this village of about 150 people, and our prayer is to see the Lord establish a Body of believers in this village who proclaim and exalt God's Name and Renown, both in the village and surrounding villages.

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