A Humble Honor
It is not just a responsibility, but a humble honor and a privilege to broadcast the WORD of God over the airwaves to listeners. KRSA is a God owned and servant operated radio station first.
Secondly, It takes a team that is wise as serpents and gentle as doves to stand in honor of the "Great Commission;

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
(Mark 16:15 KJV)


Thirdly, each of us are humble, living examples of God's love and great mercies toward His loved ones.  We extend that blessing to each and every person that works and volunteers at KRSA.
We do not discriminate against race, gender, religious denomination or physical disability.
Jesus sent us the Holy Spirit after He acsended, to all who accept and believe in Him.

The team at KRSA is more than a team. We are a family and we work as a family. Our staff meetings are opened and closed with prayer. Daily, we ask God to direct our paths and to bless our endeavors as we broad "cast" His Word to Southeast Alaska and the world.
If you would like to join the KRSA team as a volunteer, we would enjoy hearing more from you!
Also, check this page occasionally for current job listings.



Music categorizing- listen to new music coming into KRSA music vault and     catagorize it in the appropriate genre.


OCTOBER 16th - 22nd

October 16, 1930 - The Presbyterian Church at Wrangell, the oldest one in Alaska, was destroyed by fire.
October 17, 1873 - Thomas Riggs, who became the 9th governor of Alaska, was born in Maryland.
October 18, 1867 - The United States formally took possession of the Territory of Alaska with the raising of the flag at New Archangel, now Sitka.
October 19, 1889 - The first and perhaps only, Alaska post of the Grand Army of the Republic was organized in Juneau.
October 20, 1959 - The city of Juneau proposed construction of a new state Legislattive and Court building, and offered to donate the land.
October 21, 1904 - The Dillingham post office was established, named for U. S. Senator William P. Dillingham who had visited the town.
October 22, 1949 - A gold rush was on! Reports arrived of pea-sized nuggets found on the Yukon River, 160 miles north of Fairbanks. It was known as the Fishwheel Strike.


Please help to support KRSA as God leads you.

We appreciate moral support too!