Welcome to the Baldwin Boomerang

We long to see people in every tribe, tongue and nation transformed for God's glory. Our mission is to share the gospel by producing effective, compelling media tools that people can understand in their own culture and language. We are preparing to serve as full-time media missionaries with Create International. Toward that end we completed an extensive missions training program called a Crossroads DTS at YWAM Perth, Australia and a secondary YWAM school called the School of Frontier Media in Thailand. We are currently on furlough in North America and hope to see you face-to-face in 2010!

Support Information: Our support goal is currently near 50%.

You may send gifts and donations for our support to our sending agency Ripe for Harvest and please designate Account #247 in the memo line without including our name on the check. You may then mail the check directly to:

Ripe for Harvest, P.O. Box 487, Monument, CO 80132

PLEASE note new address.

It can take up to a month and a half for us to see your donation show up on our report. Also, Ripe for Harvest is able to issue a tax deductible receipt in the USA, but YWAM in Thailand is not.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

PNG Photo Journey 3: Sunsets

10 Things We Loved about Kerema, PNG

Watching God transform the town in spiritual unity and enthusiasm.

Smiling, happy children singing and dancing in church.

Lively church services, teaching and worship times.

Amazing pineapple.

Watching the “End of the Spear” in the middle of the town common with hundreds of attentive Papuan children.

The beach with both caves and awesome waves.

Seeing our family grow in ministry.

Our new friends that we made there in the churches and community.

The generosity of the Papuan people who showered us with gifts, meals and hospitality.

The amazing view of the river at sunset.

Being in PNG was hard work, but not without amazing fringe benefits such as enjoying these amazing tropical sunsets. Here is a series of them taken from more or less the same spot overlooking the river as it empties into the ocean. These were not all taken on the same day.

Does God know how to paint or what?

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