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 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 […]
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.