Dennis Whalen

Dennis and Patty Whalen arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, in August. Dennis serves as the pastor of Mission and Communications at the Evangelical Church of Bangkok. They have three married children and six grandchildren.

  • Full Circle

    Nov/Dec 2018

    Alliance Life

    A dream fulfilled after 36 years

  • A Message to Pastors

    September 24, 2013


    Dennis Whalen, C&MA vice president for Development, explains how participating in the 2013 Alliance Year-End Offering will help U.S. Alliance churches fulfill their call to extend the light of Jesus to the darkest areas of the world.

  • Un Mensaje a los Pastores

    September 23, 2013


    Dennis Whalen, vicepresidente ACyM para Desarrollo, explica que la participación de las iglesias aliancistas de EE.UU. en la Ofrenda del Fin de Año 2013 les ayudará a cumplir su llamamiento a extender la luz de Jesús a las regiones más tenebrosas del mundo.

  • How Long?

    April 15, 2013

    Alliance Life

    “We just don’t know how long we will have with them!” Toward the end of a recent trip to the […]

  • Angels Unaware

    March 1, 2012

    Alliance Life

    It was just a little more than six months ago that I received a call from a fellow Sheriff ’s […]

  • The Best and Worst

    December 2010

    Alliance Life

    “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” This quote from A Tale of Two Cities […]

  • The Joy of Giving

    December 2009

    Alliance Life

    One of my favorite experiences as a father was Christmas shopping when my children were young. We would divide up—I […]

  • Living the Call Together

    July 2008

    Alliance Life

    It was a typical Indian summer day in late September 1982 in New City, New York. My message for Sunday […]

  • A Tribute to Shellie

    January 2008

    Alliance Life

    I met her only once . . . on a breezy fall night outside the home of one of our […]

  • Less Than One Percent

    September 2007

    Alliance Life

    Less than 1 percent. Less than 1 percent. Less than one tenth of 1 percent! These words haunted me during […]