Woodland supports one family serving with SIM USA and four serving with CBF. Our support includes prayer, financial gifts of $350 per month each and possibly a visit.


Erik & Amanda Hansen and their four children serve in Kijabe, Kenya through SIM USA. They are involved in the training of doctors who serve the people of Africa. We continue to support them through prayer and a financial gift of $350 per month. Amanda is the daughter of Bill & Becky Miller, long time members of WBC. Read the Hansen’s blog.

In 2008, Erik and Amanda felt God calling them to Africa. God led them to Kijabe Hospital where the Bethany Kids Pediatric Surgery program provides surgical care to newborns through adolescents. Erik is training African pediatric surgeons, in an African context, so that the work of caring for the surgical needs of children in East Africa can be multiplied.



Jeff & Alicia Lee and their son serve with CBF in Macedonia with several ministries including adult group homes, a dairy farm, the Macedonia Food Bank. Woodland began serving alongside the Lees in Macedonia with an annual trip beginning summer 2017. Learn more about the next trip to Macedonia here. Learn more about the Lees. Read the Lees blog.



Bill & Noy Peeler serve with CBF in Cambodia as church planters and church planter trainers. They are friends with Marc & Cyndi Levesque. Learn more about the Peelers.



Kenny & Karen Sherin and their children serve in South Dakota with CBF’s Together for Hope. Our LifeTimers met them on a trip to the Badlands and immediately felt a connection. Learn more about the Sherins. Vision and Goals for Ministry


Diann is a CBF field personnel serving along the Texas-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, focused on addressing the systemic poverty in the region, primarily through literacy ministry. Learn more about Diann and her ministry. Read Diann’s blog.