Atlantic Connexion

Looking for a fresh opportunity to partner with the International Wesleyan Church? Look no further than the young and growing Church in Bangladesh. It is approximately the size of Iowa, but with 170 million more people. About 5/6 of the population are Muslim with the vast majority of the remaining population Hindu.

  • In 2012, a small group of 14 churches there were invited to form The Wesleyan Church of Bangladesh under the leadership of Joshe Bose. Joshe’s brother, George Bose now serves as National Superintendent and is one of five Ordained Wesleyan Pastors. In less than 12 years the work has grown from 14 to 77 churches with about 30 Kingdom leaders (men & women) serving this aggressive expansion.

They now have two very well run orphanages (one for boys and one for girls) which each have about 40 children ranging from preschool through mid-teens. They also lead 20 remote sites with early childhood education.

Dan Wallis (Central Canada District Director of Global Partners) joined myself, Denn Guptill (Atlantic DDGP), and Justin McGuigan from The Ridge ( as Chief Story Teller – Photographer/Videographer) for an 11-day mission over the past two weeks. This exploratory trip provided opportunity for a two-day pastoral leadership training conference as well as interaction with the various ministries and a variety of locations.

With the 2022 completion of a guesthouse, TWC of Bangladesh is ready for company! Superintendent George Bose extends a very warm welcome to any leaders who would like to come in February of 2025 to serve in the orphanages, provide pastoral training and preaching in churches, engage with the remote Child Development Projects, and/or work with the youth to organize a youth conference.

  • Interested in knowing more about how you or your church can partner with TWC of Bangladesh? Willing to prayerfully consider joining a February 2025 team to visit this work? CLICK HERE to add your name to the list of those who wil receive timely information about this opportunity in the coming weeks.
Honouring A Lifetime of International Ministry

Congratulation, Dr. Bob & Brenda Bagley on your retirement from Global Partners! On February 27th, Global Partners is celebrating the 42 years of career Missionaries Bob & Brenda Bagley. Bob’s leadership as Africa Area Director provided a wise transition to National leadership. The Bagley’s have provided key senior-level influence through many roles as GP has adapted and embraced 21st Century models of missions under Dr. Don Bray, Dr. HC Wilson, and Dr. Dennis Jackson.

  • An in-person reception will be held on at HQ in Fishers, Indiana, but all those who have supported their missionary service over the years are encouraged to add to their Kudoboard with any words or pictures you would like to share with the Bagleys as they step into this new season of life: Bagley Kudoboard. We are so proud of you and love you Bob & Brenda!
Lower Brighton Wesleyan – Raising Leaders

Jacob Ebbett (Lower Brighton) held a mini-conference on Saturday with 15 volunteer leaders. Jacob shared, “The information was well received and lot of good ideas were planted. I look forward to seeing what develops from this event.”

  • Blacks Harbour (Ken Banks) engaged nearly 15 people over the weekend with a membership info session. This is an encouraging step forward in these days of post-pandemic rebuilding. Several of our Atlantic churches are providing membership classes in this season.

Pete Stubbs (Kings – St. Stephen) recently shared about God moving in one of their recent Sunday services, “We saw as 7 people gave their hearts to the Lord, what a blessing to see God move people’s hearts to make a commitment to Him!”

Winter Carnival Family Weekend @ Beulah

National Superintendent Steve Elliott recently shared that Steve Moore (NexLeader) has graciously provided a link to any Wesleyan pastor or lay ministry leader in Canada/Maine to access for FREE some video teaching sessions on the role of “Spiritual Gifts in Discipleship and Leadership Making”. CLICK HERE to access this resource for free until the end of February. IF the link asks for a password/coupon, use: TWCINCAD

Kingswood Learn Presentation

President Steve Lennox provided leadership at District Ministerial for two excellent workshops to fully introduce the benefits of Kingswood Learn for the local church. The opportunity for using the existing micro courses as well as the option to upload additional content vetted by Kingswood, is an invaluable resource for raising and releasing leaders. A video summary with the resources provided will be made available to all pastors by mid-February.

CLICK HERE for More Information
Ellen joins me in expressing our heartfelt condolences on behalf of the Atlantic District to Brian & Kimberley Gilroy (Island Wesleyan) on the January 27th passing of his dear mother, Marjorie. This past Friday Brian travelled to Ontario to provide leadership for her funeral. CLICK HERE for an opportunity to share words of support for the Gilroy family.

As we prepare for the Lenten season beginning next week, consider these thoughts…

  • O Lord, make this Lenten season different from the other ones. Let me find you again. Amen. (Henri Nouwen)
  • The less we have, the more we give. Seems absurd, but it’s the logic of love. (Mother Teresa)
  • Easter was when Hope in person surprised the whole world by coming forward from the future into the present. (N.T. Wright)
SAVE THE DATE: April 12th & 13th

It’s never too early to make plans for the men in your church to be challenged and encouraged at XY MEN’S CONFERENCE – CLICK HERE for details. This year Kings (Brent Ingersoll) will be offering this at a new location – Moncton Wesleyan.

KIngswood Learn Overview

CLICK HERE to visit Kingswood Learn and enroll for FREE high-quality, engaging, and practical micro courses.

Love New Canadians Empowers Local Churches

Love New Canadians is currently used in 9 provinces with congregations ranging from 50 to 4000. After more than 15 years of victories and defeats to learn from, it has been used in 500+ churches across Canada and has been employed by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and SIM to train churches. The three levels of curriculum engage new Canadians in our communities through general interest and spiritually curiosity using Bible-based English literacy.

Our Maine churches can also benefit from engaging with
Immigrant Ministry and Wesleyan Immigrant Connection.
Marketplace Multipliers/Missionaries Training
CLICK HERE for Registration Info


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