Join host Richard Jordan during a two part interview with Alaska's Lt. Gov. Loren Leman who will delve into the topic of a Christian's civic and social responsibility in the State of Alaska and throughout the nation. From launching cutting-edge youth ministries such as CSF's Father/Son Alaska Wilderness Missions to legislative initiatives at the at the state house in Juneau, Loren remains pro-active in launching projects across the State to address the state's moral decay, family dysfunction, teenage homelessness and the preservation of constitutional government.
Lt. Gov. Leman has operated his family's commercial fishing business on the Kenai Peninsula throughout his lifetime as a conservationist and successful entrepreneur. The first statewide constitutional officer in Alaska of Native descent, Loren is passionate about the next generation of young Alaska residents.
Convinced that CSF's Alaska Wilderness Missions is strategically positioned to serve the many youth oriented Christian ministries around the state, Loren serves on the Advisory Team to help CSF's goals to be come a reality. His recent Faith-Based Initative during his term in elective office continues to inspire others to look to God's sovereign intervention for solutions rather than the hands of big brother government.
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