Randall Mah

Randall Mah Pastor, Recruiter, Mobilizer

Randall is a 3rd generation Canadian Born Chinese (CBC) born and raised in Calgary.  In the mid 1980’s he attended the University of Calgary where he joined P2C (at that time called Campus Crusade For Christ).  One of his first memorable events was taking a 26 hour bus ride for his first Christmas conference in Kansas City in 1983 where he joined 20,000 students.  He also participated in a summer project in Vancouver in 1984, and went on his first short term mission to the Amazon in 1985 as part of the Jesus Film showing that year.  After graduating and working for 2 years, he moved to Toronto in 1990 to study at Ontario Theological Seminary (now Tyndale University & Seminary) for his Masters Of Divinity degree.  2 years later he married his wife Rita, and was also the youth pastor at Richmond Hill Chinese Community Church from 1991 to 1995.  In 1995 they joined Africa Inland Mission serving until 2003 in the country of Lesotho (pronounced Lay-soo-too) adding their two children to the family.  In 2003 he completed his Doctorate of Ministry degree in Missions from Fuller Theological Seminary, and returned to Richmond Hill Chinese Community Church as Pastor Of Missions from 2006-2009.  In 2010, he began serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators a recruiter and mobilizer.  Randall is a Head Facilitator for the Kairos Missions course, and is an adjunct professor in Missions at Tyndale University College.