How ALIVE Is Involved 

Partnered with Global Partners in Haiti and a Children's Village, we are able to work alongside these organizations who are impacting communities in Haiti with the message of Jesus' hope and healing.

ALIVE Wesleyan Church works alongside missionaries to support churches, medical work and education in Haiti.

Partnered with Frontier Care Ministries, ALIVE is helping take the Gospel to the unreached people of the Himalayan area of northern India, Nepal, and Bhutan.



Frontier Care Ministries (FCM) is a missions organization founded in 1996 with a vision of bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ to unreached communities. Rupak and his family are based in northeast India. FCM is also committed to training, equipping and sending native missionaries to spread the gospel among the unreached groups throughout the Himalayan frontiers.

FCM's vision is to plant churches, that will, in the next ten years, produce hundreds of churches in areas where the gospel has not been preached. The goal is to raise up a new generation of native missionaries and church planters who have greater ability and accessibility to communicate among their own people. 


Dan & Joy Irvine are Global Partner Missionaries. Dan is the Caribe Atlantic Area Director providing coordination between the North American Conference to mission units in the countries of French Gianna, Guyana, Haiti and Suriname. Dan's passion is to facilitate a truly holistic ministry approach and an interdependent community for international connection in each context.

Dan and Joy spend most of their time resident in the country of Haiti but also spend significant time connecting with church leaders in the area countries and in North America. 

Bob and Brenda Bagley | Africa

Bob has served as the Africa Area Director for Global Partners since 2009. Global Partners is the missions arm of the Wesleyan Church with ministries in over 25 countries of the world. Their specific focus is on evangelism, church planting, leadership development, and ministries of compassion. The Africa Area is made up of ministries in 17 countries, including new work started by the African church in Burkina Faso and Cameroon.

The Area Director's responsibility is to give oversight to the missionaries within the area as well as to serve as the primary contact for national church leaders. The majority of my time is spent in encouraging and advising African leaders as they move forward in reaching the rest of the continent. 


Dave and Donna Tolan | Missionaries-in-Residence

David and Donna Tolan minister to and wtih college students at Southern Wesleyan University (SWU). They work to mentor, motivate and mobilize people that are considering the missions field.

David has degrees from Indiana Wesleyan University and Asbury Theological Seminary. Donna has a nursing degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. After pastoring in Winsconsin for five years, they moved to Zambia for ten years with Global Partners where David was the director of the Wesleyan Bible College in Zambia. In 1997, Global Partners asked the Tolans if they would come to Southern Wesleyan as mission mobilizers where they help bring missionary awareness to the students. 

Jonathan and Cheryl | Wycliffe Translators

Jonathan & Cheryl (last name withheld for security reasons) work as Bible translators with Wycliffe Bible translators. Jonathan is directly involved in the translation work. He is assisting native speakers as they translate the New Testament. Find out more information on Bible Translation. 


Ryan and Melissa | Cambodia

Ryan and Melissa serve in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, working with both the student population at the universities and with children who are at-risk for or going through abuse and exploitation.



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Trips Currently Open: 

India : March 5 - 15 

Haiti : June 18 - 27

Haiti: June 27- July 5