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Arthur and Louise Brown

Arthur and Louise Brown

Who: Arthur and Louise Brown

Where: Lebanon

How long: Since 2005

Principal ministries: Development and Leadership


Arthur and Louise come from east London and were part of the Urban Expression church planting initiative. Their home church is Cable Street Community Church, Shadwell. Both are qualified youth and community workers and Arthur managed the Oasis youth work and ministry degree course prior to starting work with BMS. Louise was a full-time mother. Both have specialised working with those on the margins of society, Louise with homeless refugees and sex workers. Arthur has worked with young people at risk of social and educational exclusion.

 

After studying at BMS' International Mission Centre in Birmingham, they went as BMS long-term workers to Beirut, Lebanon in 2005. Here they are involved in urban community development and youth ministry. Arthur also trains youth ministers and supports youth ministry at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary and Louise works with Palestinian refugees.

 

Arthur's interests include white water kayaking, his 1973 VW Camper Van, Arsenal, reading, applied theology, playing guitar and listening to music. Louise enjoys reading fantasy novels, playing board games and supports Manchester United. They both enjoy playing badminton, cooking, socialising with friends and curries.

 

Arthur and Louise have four children, Jessica, Naomi, Jack and Jonathan.

 

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Posted: 13/01/2017 - 07:38

By Rupen Das

This post is based on a plenary presentation was made at the ACCORD Annual meeting in North Carolina on Oct. 25, 2016 by Rupen Das to the 70+ Christian US relief and development member NGOs. It is presented here in two parts.

I was asked to share my perspective on the Syrian conflict and the humanitarian crisis and where I see it going.

There are times in history when because of the horrors of the events, the international community is forced to take stock. In recent history, the Biafran crisis of the late 1960s was one such time, out of which Médecins Sans Frontières...

Posted: 22/12/2016 - 14:10

By Elie Haddad

I have a confession to make. I don’t like the Christmas season. But how can someone who is supposed to be a mature Christian leader not like the Christmas season? Every year at this time I find myself having to reflect on this predicament and do a self-assessment. More so this year, having been asked to write the Christmas blog post, I am forced to do some serious reflections.

There are a few reasons why I do not like the Christmas season.

First, I do not like the way the season has been commercialized. It has become the season for shopping, for buying gifts, and for sales and discounts. You cannot even get to a...

Posted: 16/12/2016 - 04:37

By Jesse Wheeler

Note: This is a difficult week to speak of peace. With heartbreaking tragedy in Egypt and unspeakable horror unfolding in Syria just a few hours away, peace now seems more than ever like an elusive dream continually beyond reach – all while I sit here feeling helpless in the face of such devastation. Furthermore, it is never helpful to speak glibly of peace to those suffering persecution, oppression, or violence. For too often, talk of peace has been used to silence very legitimate demands for justice, to enforce quiescence to an unjust status quo. This,...

Posted: 08/12/2016 - 19:29

By Jesse Wheeler

One reason, among many, I love working at IMES is its heartfelt commitment to peacebuilding and peace education. Yet, in the course of our work, we have often encountered opposition with regard to the task of building peace and its relevance for Christian life and service. As an evangelical organization, “Why,” we are asked, “focus on peace?”

“Is not the primary task of believers to make disciples?

To preach the Gospel?

To know Christ and make Him known?”

To which my response is: “Yes, absolutely!”

“...

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Arthur and Louise will be on home assignment in the UK and available to request for mission worker visits from 12 to 23 August and from 30 August to 13 September 2017.

Churches wishing to request a visit should please click on the link to BMS Speakers in the BMS Speakers box on the left hand side of this page and then select Request a mission worker visit.

Please submit your request by 13 February 2017.

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