Craig Lawrence has served in several ministry positions while at the same time operating his marketing firm, Lawrence & Schiller, Inc. He was selected by President Reagan as Media Chair for the Year of the Bible in 1983, served as Communications Director and was a member of the President’s Council of Campus Crusade for Christ in the mid-80’s, and was Campus Crusade’s Chief Development Officer from 2002-2007. He serves today as Chairman Of History’s Handful, a ministry helping people discover the adventure and Joy of giving sacrificially to Christ’s Great Commission. He founded the America-Mongolia (AMONG) Foundation in 1992.
Dwight Wollman is a retired television broadcast engineer with over 40 years of experience. In 1995 he engineered and constructed the studio complex for Eagle Television in a 40 foot semi-trailer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The trailer was then shipped to the capital Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar where Dwight and Dave Naasz met to complete the installation. He has made six additional trips to Mongolia for equipment upgrades and maintenance.
Jon has worked as an art director at Paulsen Marketing since 2005. Jon is the youngest son of missionary parents and feels fortunate to have been raised with the gospel. Jon serves his church as a youth leader and the community as a Cub Scout leader. He has a wife, Sarah; son, Isaac; and two daughters, Anna and Kaelynn. Jon traveled to Mongolia with AMONG in 2016 and is honored to now serve on the board.
Randy Anderson has been pastor of the First Evangelical Free Church for almost 27 years. Previously he pastored the Center Grove Evangelical Free Church in rural Alta Iowa. He is a graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MDiv), Judson College (BA) and Moody Bible Institute (Diploma in Bible and Theology). He has served on the AMONG Board for almost 22 years.
Randy J. Rehling is a Financial Counselor & Educator for the Center for Financial Resources / Lutheran Social Services of South Dakota. He previously worked in Banking and Customer Service industries for over 33 years. He has also served on the Executive Committees, Task Force Groups and numerous committees within his churches. In 2011, he and his wife Karen were Founding Members of King of Glory Church (NALC) in Sioux Falls, SD. He has been on the AMONG Board since 1995.