After earning a bachelors in Agricultural Science, Arthur worked with the BC Provincial Government for several years. Sensing God’s call to missionary and pastoral ministry, he returned to Vancouver to study at Regent College where he met his wife Janice and received his Masters of Divinity. For 10 years they served with OMF International in Borneo, Malaysia. In 2000 they moved back to Vancouver to serve with OMF and later as campus pastors with University Christian Ministry at UBC. During this time Arthur earned a Doctorate of Ministry at Carey Theological College and helped his wife Janice raise their 2 children. Arthur loves to cycle, eat the smelly king of fruits Durian, and go for long walks along the seawall with Janice.
What does it mean to act justly in today’s world? What does it mean to live in a way that we treat others with justice? Here in Canada we like to think that we live in a just society where the law is applied fairly to all regardless of race or beliefs or economic status. We have free elections, a judicial system that in many ways is the envy of the world. And yet – and yet we know that no matter where one lives in the world, injustices are still committed.
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