James was raised a Roman Catholic and re-introduced to Jesus through an Adventist family running an organic farm in Italy. After receiving missionary training at Wildwood, he served as Wildwood’s director of education for 7 years before going full-time to help develop LIGHT ministry. James was married to Danielle in 2010, who now serves with him in full-time ministry.
Pastor Cleveland M.Div. M.P.H, was ordained to the Gospel Ministry in 1975 by the Michigan Conference. Through a providence of the Lord in 1975 he shifted his service from denominational employment to supporting ministries where he has served as an administrator of Uchee Pines Health Institute and later Vice President of Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital in Georgia. From 2003-2006 he served as Vice President of OCI (Outpost Centers International) and is currently President of Health Education Resources, a non-profit organization that produces health education materials that are used all over the world. Pastor Cleveland has traveled extensively the past 20 years assisting in the establishment of lifestyle centers particularly in Europe and whose guiding influence and counsel has helped develop what LIGHT is today.
Linda Horner: Has a deep interest in health and disease prevention, young people, and missions. She spent a little over six years in Africa as a missionary—as an elementary teacher and health educator. After returning to the US, she underwent training at Uchee Pines Institute, and later served as their Patient Care Coordinator and Educational Director for five years. She has her RN and BSN in nursing, and worked in various nursing capacities as well as teaching at two small Christian colleges. Currently working with LIGHT as the Divisional Director for the Caribbean, Central and South America, as well as helping to further develop materials for use in Health Promotion activities around the world.
Rodney and his wife, Julie, met while attending Weimar in 2001. They attended both Weimar College and AFCOE together and then went to Union College in Nebraska where Rodney studied religion and evangelism with a missions emphasis. Shortly after they were asked to move to Northwest Arkansas where Rodney was the bi-vocational pastor for the Decatur Seventh-day Adventist church and both he and Julie worked with Wellness Secrets (a wellness center connected with the church). From 2005 to 2010 they worked at Wildwood and LIGHT and traveled throughout Africa and South Asia helping to encourage medical missionary work.
In 2010 they moved to California to continue ministry with LIGHT. Rodney is currently the divisional director for Africa and South Asia.
Shawn is a young man that was born and raised in the Adventist Church. In his junior year of high school, he had a conversion experience that left him changed forever. Upon graduation from high school he sought for short-term training to enter into the missionary field for the rest of his life. After receiving missionary training at Wildwood’s College of Health Evangelism, he accepted the call to go to India for 9 months as an LIGHT instructor. Upon returning from India, he began accepting calls from LIGHT to conduct short term trainings all throughout the world. In the summer of 2012 he accept the call to be the USA Coordinator for LIGHT.
Marie first became acquainted with LIGHT in 2007 when she helped coordinate a LIGHT mission trip to her home country, Honduras. After attending a medical missionary course in Norway Marie returned to Honduras and became a staff member at one of our affiliate schools – IBC. She there met her husband, Jacob Moreno, who in January of 2013 moved together with Marie to Wildwood. Jacob serves as Assistant Director at Wildwood’s College of Health Evangelism and Marie as LIGHT’s Latin America Coordinator.
Daniel and Rosauli Djami first got involved in this work when they stepped out in faith by selling their home in Loma Linda and moving to the hills of Georgia & Wildwood Lifestyle Center. After taking both the six-month Health Evangelism course followed by an Advanced course they stayed on as staff for several years. Through this time they made several missionary journey’s to Indonesia teaching short LIGHT courses. As a result of those efforts a school has been born through the combined efforts of the Healing Way Indonesia ministry and LIGHT. Daniel and his family currently spend nine months each year in Indonesia helping to develop that program and searching where else LIGHT may spread.
Alain and Irene dedicated themselves to full-time service for God in 2004 while working in Loma Linda, California. This decision led them and their two boys to Wildwood’s College of Health Evangelism to gain a medical missionary training. After finishing both the six-month and Advanced Health Evangelism courses God called them to return to Alain’s original home in the Philippines to help begin the first six-month LIGHT school in SE Asia. After developing this model outpost project in northern Luzon, Philippines, Alain is now working to advance the work of LIGHT throughout SE Asia.
Serghei Costash is a third generation Seventh-Day Adventist. In 2004 he received training at our Medical Missionary School in Moldova. Following his training, Serghei spent the next eight years working at the school, first as Assistant Director and second as Director. He has a vast amount of experience in the mission field including the last three years while helping the Ethiopian Union Mission organising evangelistic campaigns and medical trainings for pastors and lay members. Serghei then received a call to work full-time with LIGHT at the end of 2012.