Dr. Case has a passion for people that has guided his professional emphases. He has
committed his life to helping his wife and four children to thrive in the care of
God. He also has devoted the gifts and opportunities God has given him to helping
people in faith communities grow as followers of Jesus. This passion has also guided
his classroom teaching. He loves seeing his students discover the relevance of Jesus
and His message for them and our troubled world.
He has translated this passion into the following pursuits: 35 years of pastoral ministry,
and 30 years of classroom teaching. He has also done volunteer work as a hospice chaplain,
the American Cancer Society, and the Living Water Rescue Mission. He has also served
at York University in the following roles: Program Director, Liberal Arts degree,
Chairman of the Lectureship Committee, Chapel Committee, Chairman of the Curriculum
Committee, and Chairman of the Master's Apprentice Program.
He also has following research interests and plan to pursue them as time permits:
The Book of Leviticus (commentary), Christ and the Psalms, A Tale of Two Kings (a
theological reflection on Ecclesiastes and Jesus).
His favorite letter is Philippians, and his favorite verse is "For me to live is Christ,
and to die is gain," (Phil.1.21).
Serving York University since 1992.
Who's Who Among American Educators
Teacher of the Year, 2nd runner-up
The Thomas N. Schulz Memorial Award
Dale R. Larsen Teacher of Achievement Award
Hero of Ministry award
Dr. Case has done volunteer work as a hospice chaplain, the American Cancer Society,
and the Living Water Rescue Mission.