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It was a wonderful Mother's Day in Western Wisconsin! We were able to call Elder Baker in Burirum, Thailand and talk to him for a long time. We were surprised to find that his English does not have a Thai accent yet. Elder Baker even bore his testimony in Thai to his family over the phone, and it brought tears to his mother's eyes. Elder Baker talked about how the Branch in Burirum only has 45 members, and will soon have it's own Thai member called to be the Branch President. The area Elder Baker is in is quite small....less than 8000 people, and the Elders are known well by the towns people. He said it has been quite the challenge to find people to teach that have not already heard the message from previous missionaries, but they continue on in spreading the word of the gospel in hopes that even if the seed has already been planted, that they will be instrumental in fertilizing that seed. We also were updated on the living conditions, medical facilities and cultural differences Elder Baker has found during his mission. He truly misses the comforts of home as well as his roudy family! As he puts it..."You don't know what you will miss, until it is not within your reach". Elder Baker also told us that at the time we called him, it was 7:30am his time, and it was already 115 degrees Fahrenheit with 100% humidity. It is the HOT season, and his fair skin is showing it. Even the SPF 70 sunscreen doesn't keep him from burning to a crisp. It was so wonderful hearing Elder Baker's voice again and to hear from his own lips how his mission is going. His brothers and sisters were so happy to talk with him as well and fill him in on all the latest video games, movies etc that they are waiting to watch with him upon his return. He also gave a shout out to all his friends back home that he is doing great and can't wait to see them again! So this Mother's Day was awesome for Elder Baker's mother! Hearing his voice made her day! NEW PICS ON THE PHOTO PAGE!!!
Posted by: Mom
Date: June 3, 2010

Yesterday Elder Baker's family received a phone call from Elder Jordan Woodruff who just returned home from his Thailand Mission the week before Christmas. Elder Woodruff called and wanted to let us all know that he spent the last month of this mission with Elder Baker and that he enjoyed his time spent with Ethan. They had a blast! Elder Woodruff also filled us in on Elder Baker's first rough couple of weeks adjusting to the Thai mission field, but then said he is doing great now and speaking Thai very well for a "greenie". He also told us that Elder Baker is well liked by his fellow missionaries and the members of the branch, as well as being a great missionary. Elder Baker's family was soo happy to get this phone call and are very greatful that Elder Woodruff took time out of his first weeks at home to call Elder Baker's family and update them. Elder Baker's mother was thrilled! ^_^"
Posted by: Paulete.....Mother to Elder Baker
Date: January 14, 2010

Hi Elder Baker, Thank you for your good example. We are thinking of you and are grateful for the work you are doing. Planting seeds is soo important- I (Mandy) had at least 3 positive interactions with missionaries before I became an investigator (over a period of time of about 6 years!) The Lord loves each one of His children. Keep up the good work- Hang in there!
Posted by: Sam and Mandy George
Date: December 9, 2009

"The hardest thing that has happened at the MTC so far is the "becoming". I have been stretched and pushed beyond my limit so many times but have grown at a rate that I never thought possible. The spirit is something else here. Everyone is helpful to everyone else, and everyone has a good time despite the hard times every oncein a while. The one thing that I have learned while being here is that it is not how you fall down, because we all fall down, but its how we get BACK UP and keep going, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER SURRENDER, NEVER GIVE IN TO DESPAIR, AND KEEP GOING NO MATTER WHAT. For God will prepare the way just be faithful. ^_^"
Posted by: From Elder Baker
Date: December 2, 2009

Hang in there Ethan, you just need time to adjust to a new culture and all that entails. Take each day as one in which you can embrace new experiences, challenges and pray often for the continual guidance of our Heavenly Father. You CAN do it. NEVER SURRENDER....NEVER GIVE UP...NEVER GIVE IN TO DESPAIR! The Lord will provide the way.
Posted by: Paulette (MOM)
Date: November 18, 2009

Your long stay at the MTC is almost over, and soon you will embarking on an experience of a lifetime in a foreign country. I can't wait to hear of your adventures in Thailand and how the people there will receive the gospel from you. Your personality will definitely make this mission a very interesting one for everyone you serve with and those you will teach. God Bless
Posted by: Paulette (Mom)
Date: October 30, 2009

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