It’s Monday Again

It’s Monday Again

Port Maitland (Barry Vernon) celebrated four baptisms yesterday in a local lake. Barry shared, “We are praising God that even with Covid-19 we are still moving forward!”

Brent Ingersoll (Kings) featured Dr. HC in his 34th “Speaking of:” Podcast this weekend. A great conversation with two impactful leaders. An excellent podcast worthy of subscription with weekly insights to inform and challenge your spiritual growth and leadership.Dr. HC also preached yesterday to a “pandemic-packed” Beulah Tabernacle to wrap up the summer season at Beulah Camp & Conference Center.

Hats off to Summer Weekends @ Beulah Coordinator, Jeffrey Doucette, for his excellent leadership and adaptation this year. The long-weekend was packed with a variety of events and activities including a night of music that featured rap (One8Tea – Teah Bailey), gospel (Walter & Margo Perry), Gloryland Way, and Japanese worship (Robin & Yoko White).
Dr. David Higle (Director of Clergy Care & Development) provided an in-depth overview of PastorWell this week with myself and Atlantic District Clergy Care Coordinator, Dr. Allen Lee (Kingswood University). Our denominational partnership with this excellent resource for clergy care will be unpacked in more detail at DS Dialog days offered in lieu of a ministerial at strategic locations around the district in January. We are incredibly blessed to have such effective leadership in the Division of Education & Clergy Development (Russ Gunsalus).
Jon Wiest (Groundswell) continued his work with district leadership this week in preparation for Phase Two of our 2025 Values-Driven Vision. Full details for local churches to engage will be rolled out during the DS Dialogs in January.
It is a source of great encouragement and wisdom for me to meet monthly with an assigned group of District Superintendents from the northeast region of the North American General Conference. Our conversations this week included best practices and problem solving for serving local church leaders for multiplication and discipleship during this pandemic season.
Points to Ponder from Myron Pierce (Exponential)
  • Leaders pivot from re-opening to re-entering, from capacity to commission, from institution to innovation, from fear to forward, from church-maintenance to culture-making. If you don’t improvise you will fossilize.
  • Who we impact is more important than who comes to listen. Church is not a place you go to, it’s a family you belong to. Impact is the 21st Century apologetic.
  • It’s a leadership violation to create a vision in a vacuum. Myron Pierce

Tee-off begins at 1:00 p.m.

A trophy will be given to the church with the most teams and raising the most funds!


Zach Coffin, Director of Next Gen Multiplication & Discipleship, is offering several cohorts for shared learning and support beginning in September in the areas of youth, children, and pastor-care ministry.

What if COVID-19 is the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
for leaders to think more strategically
about doing church?
(Will Mancini)
Another great resource to serve the church has been recently developed by our very own Pete Benson. A three-part video series specifically addressing the “COVID Crisis and Your Personal Finances” is freely shared for your personal use and for use within your church as you seek to empower and disciple your congregation in this critical area. CLICK HERE to access the three videos. A 10-minute preview of Part One will be sure to convince you to make use of this valuable resource with your church family.

  • CLICK HERE for more information about how to get involved – CLICK HERE to download and view a two-minute video promo for the 60-Day Bible Challenge. We encourage your use of this video to inspire your church family to join in this challenge!
  • Attention Church Treasurers/Bookkeepers: When your Canadian church has new staff members, the church MUST contact Helen Parker (519-703-9048; wrp@wesleyan.ca) for enrollment in the Wesleyan Retirement Plan BEFORE any contributions are sent for this employee.
  • The National Office office is pleased to announce Rev. Brittany Trafton has joined our staff as Financial Administrator and can be reached at office@wesleyan.ca OR (506) 567-2200.

Great news! The Buckingham Leadership Institute (Kingswood University) made an exciting announcement in August. Pastor B has invested in countless Kingdom leaders over several generations and now you and your team will have online access to his wisdom in serving the church and passion for reaching the lost. CLICK HERE for details to engage in these new online BLI resources.

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