Our Spiritual Heritage

In 1971, the Lazy Mountain Children's Home closed its doors permanently. That same year, InterAct Missions moved their resident school, the Arctic Bible Institute, to that location, which still exists up on Lazy Mountain. With the influx of Bible faculty, the institute's Sunday service attendance began to outgrow the facility. Land was donated to build a facility, which is now the site of Lazy Mountain Bible Church. LMBC was incorporated in 1973. In 1976 we called our first pastor, Cam Anderson, who was later followed by Robert Lee, David Dahms, and presently Jason Daughtry. 


LMBC has always taken the mission of God seriously. Our church was founded by missionaries and continues to support many missionaries. To date, we've planted two daughter churches:  Wasilla Bible Church and North Gate Church. God has generously used LMBC in the past, and He continues to bless and expand our Church today.

Hebrews 10:24, 25b

"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together [...] but encouraging one another"

Missions at LMBC

Missionaries planted Lazy Mountain Bible Church, and mission work is still a large part of LMBC. We currently support twenty-one missionaries. LMBC also sends short term mission's teams to serve, made up of youth and adults from the church.


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