Marc Wheway



Marc Wheway’s life journey is a testament to his diverse experiences and commitment to Jesus Christ.

Born in England in 1969, Marc’s early years were spent in New Zealand from the age of 4, and then he moved to Australia at the age of 10. During his time in New Zealand, Marc underwent a spiritual awakening. Later, while residing in Australia, he received a divine calling to dedicate his life to ministry.

At the age of 34, Marc made the decision to relocate to the United Kingdom and took on an executive position with the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association (SASRA). Following his time with SASRA, he returned to Australia and assumed the role of Chief Commissioner of Everyman’s Welfare Service (formerly known as Campaigners for Christ). Marc’s commitment to missionary work led him to dedicate eight years to serving military personnel.

After this transformative chapter, Marc retired from missionary service and embraced the role of Chief Executive Officer at Scripture Union (SUSA). Subsequently, he held significant positions within various ministries, utilizing his expertise to make a positive impact in diverse capacities. Presently, Marc serves as the founding pastor of Kingdom Seekers Wesleyan Methodist Church. In addition to his pastoral duties, he is a Partner and Director of a family business, demonstrating his ability to balance business and ministry pursuits. Marc continues to pursue academic endeavours, furthering his knowledge and applying it to business and ministry.

With a primary focus on the End Times, Marc has developed a deep understanding of Bible prophecy (eschatology), earning a Ph.D. through Louisiana Baptist University and Theological Seminary. He has also authored several books on the subject of the end times, sharing his insights with readers worldwide. Marc’s passion for eschatology fuels his dedication to sharing his extensive knowledge with churches globally, transcending denominational boundaries.