Synopsis David See-Chai Lam, a Hong Kong-born businessman/philanthropist who served several years as British Columbia’s lieutenant-governor. A strong evangelical Baptist by faith, he also brought Confucian concepts of “harmony” into play in creative encouraging conflict resolution and management in business, public and religious life.
Synopsis Frank C. Peters, a Mennonite Brethren pastor who became president of Waterloo Lutheran University and used his leadership and relational skills to help that institution move from the private faith-based sector into the public sphere, ultimately re-named Wilfrid Laurier University.
Synopsis Charles Ellington, a “product” the Protestant Orphanage in Victoria and its “official” Sunday school, Oaklands Gospel Hall. He is a retired notary public and Victoria business and Christian lay leader who gave significant leadership to morphing the orphanage into the Cridge Centre for the Family, a contemporary faith-based cradle-to-retirement agency geared to special […]