Our Missionaries

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Andrew and Erin Stroup are serving at Crosswind’s Caribbean Mountain Academy, a faith based boarding school for at risk American teenagers located in the Dominican Republic.  CMA’s mission is to help troubled American teenage boys and girls and their families be restored back to mental, emotional, and spiritual health.  We do this through a unique atmosphere with staff who are committed believers who have raised support to teach, counsel, and do life with the students.  They see genuine faith lived out, while also learning about what God’s word has to say about them and what Christ did for them, through daily devotions and weekly church services.  The students also receive professional counseling services targeted to helping the teen with specific issues, as well as the family unit as a whole.  Some unique aspects we offer due to our location in the Dominican Republic is the opportunity to complete service projects in the surrounding communities where many families are living well below the poverty line.  In addition, we are able to offer opportunities to challenge the youth physically through adventure based learning activities, including an annual five day hike up Pico, the tallest mountain the Caribbean! 

CMA also serves as a missions hub for churches, school teams, and families to come down and serve in missions projects strategically paired with the skillset the team brings to the campus. 

To learn more go to the CMA website: http://www.crosswinds.org

or follow our blog: http://www.stroupswalkingonwaves.wordpress.com

To join our support team through a one time donation, or through regular support, go to our support page: http://crosswinds.org/support-us/staff-support/ and find our picture!


The Dislers joined BGFM in 1999. They served in church-planting in the Northeast region of Brazil until 2011. They returned to the US in 2011 when Chris accepted the position of the Finance Director of BGFM.

This new position involves the administrative oversight of all funds donated and disbursed to BGFM’s missionaries and ministries in Brazil, along with insuring that the fiscal responsibilities of the mission remain above reproach.  This ministry requires communications with the field and donors, as well as daily challenges in the areas of problem solving and technical support of the Home Office.

The Dislers have five children, ranging in age from 9 years old to 23 years old: Alicia, David, Karissa, Corinne, and Katherine.

Jana keeps very busy homeschooling their children.  She has been greatly refreshed by the deep teaching and friendships of the local church.

Gifts can be sent to: BGFM, PO Box 355, Springfield, IL. 62705


We live in northern Nigeria and lead the SIM team in this location.  Our team is involved in trauma healing, evangelism, medical and compassion outreach, discipleship, Teaching English as a Second Language, Primary Teacher Training, language learning, and relationship building, all with the goal of seeing people come to know Jesus and seeing God’s Kingdom built.  Please pray for strength for us and each of our teammates in this physically harsh environment, for safety in the deteriorating security situation in Nigeria, and for God’s love to be clearly shared. 

Contact information:

Whatsapp:  +234 803 424 1307 (Randy); +234 803 504 6159 (Adena)
Signal:  +234 803 424 1307 (Randy); +234 803 504 6159 (Adena)

FB:  Adena Mader Wildman
Skype:  randy.wildman

Email:  randy.wildman@sim.org;  adena.wildman@sim.org

Postal mail:  Please email us for our postal address. 

Support can be sent to:
PO Box 7900
Charlotte, NC  28241

https://www.simusa.org/give/ then enter our name. 


We are Britt, Jodi, Mickey, Pierce, Clint, Kate, Meg, Morgan, Reagan, and Lincoln. (2020 Edit: Mickey, Pierce, Clint, and Kate have moved back to The States, but they are still part of US).  We moved to Guatemala in 2012 and we have been serving here ever since.  

Ephesians 3:20 says, “Now all glory to God, who is able, through His mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we can ask or imagine.”  

There are three reasons why this verse defines the heart of our ministry here in Guatemala.

First of all, because it brings out in the very beginning, that whatever is accomplished through our family, or through Limitless Ministries is accomplished for God’s glory by God. We desire to see His name made great here in Guatemala.

The second reason is because we understand that God doesn’t need US. He doesn’t need the Harman family, or Limitless Ministries. He is the one who is able, not us. It is through His power that things are accomplished. We are thrilled that He lets us be a part of the work that He is doing.

The third reason is because it reminds us to dream big. God is able to do more with our lives and with our ministry than we can even think to ask of Him. So many times, we set our sights too low. We have to constantly remember, God can always do more.Limitless Ministries exist simply to share the love of God and message of the gospel of Jesus Christ with the world.  We are working to equip and train people in Guatemala who desire to share this gospel and the love of Christ within their local community.  Through this, we hope to see growing communities of mature gospel believers who live out the Biblical commands to love Godlove their neighbors and make disciples.

If you would like to donate to help with our ministry here is how:

To give by check:

Limitless Ministries, Inc.  Checks should be mailed to:

Limitless Ministries

2908 Krista Ln

Winona Lake, IN 46590

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