randy & adena wildman

Both of us -

-Language study and cultural acquisition for our new location.

-Team leaders for the SIM team in our city.  That means we support our teammates, serve as the contact point with SIM  director, facilitate group decision making when necessary, coordinate functioning of team roles.  We also serve on the SIM Leadership Team, mostly remotely. 

-Sharing our faith as we have opportunity


Randy -

-Hopes to disciple individuals and do discipleship training.  This hasn't started yet. 

-Planning to take a training course in Teaching English as a Second Language. 

-Accompanying director of national missionaries to visit and encourage national missionaries.  


Adena -

-Organizing teacher training workshops for ECWA (denomination SIM partners with) primary schools

-Planning to take a training course in teaching English as a Second Language in August. 

-Hospitality for visitors

personal information

Birthdays

   Randy - 1-29

   Adena - 6/20

Anniversary

   7-17-82


email:  Randy.wildman@sim.org

Skype:  Randy.wildman


SIM-USA     
PO Box 7900
Charlotte, NC  28241
www.sim.org         



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prayer requests




1.            Adjustment for Adriana and the families of M, A, and B, as they settle into life and ministry in City and a city further east.  Also for Martin and Elizabeth Barley and their family (Kano), John and Abi Hunt (Tofa Bible College), and Dr. Judy Ho (currently in Hong Kong).  Please pray Jer. 17:7-8 for the SIM Nigeria northern region team, that we will all blossom as we draw nourishment from our Hidden Water Source. 
2.            God’s provision for our needed support. 
3.            Clear health reports, including regarding Adena’s “chemo brain.” 

Jeremiah 17:7-8 English Standard Version (ESV)

7 “Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord,

    whose trust is the Lord.

8 He is like a tree planted by water,

    that sends out its roots by the stream,

and does not fear when heat comes,

    for its leaves remain green,

and is not anxious in the year of drought,

    for it does not cease to bear fruit.”