Dr. Edward and Lehia Paauwe retired in 2013 after faithful service for 42 years in various countries and positions. Between 1970 and 2013, the Paauwes served at five churches, five seminaries or colleges, two mission boards, and in four countries. Their unwavering service has undoubtedly spread the gospel truly around the world. Their home is now in South Australia, as they settled near one of their children. They continue to serve as opportunities and ability allows, speaking at conferences and churches, as well as teaching at seminaries. Please remember the Paauwes in prayer as faithful saints of God.
Dr. Len Pine retired from PMU’s service in 2019 after working in various capacities since 1994. During those 24 years, Rev. Pine planted two churches in the USA, one in Oregon and another in Idaho. He also served as PMU’s Field Director from 1995-2019 overseeing works in five countries, as well as church plants in the USA. His wife, Karen, served PMU from 2006 until 2019 first as the secretary and then Office Manager. The Pines continue to serve the Lord in Idaho, where Dr. Pine pastors Providence BPC in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Dr. Pine began serving PMU in a new capacity upon retirement—as a member of the PMU Council. He works with the Boundary County Chaplain Corps, which he founded in 2013, to minister to first responders in North Idaho. He also serves as a volunteer firefighter and reserve deputy, as well as teaching and serving on the Board of Western Reformed Seminary in Tacoma, WA. The Pines are blessed with two children and three grandchildren.
Serving in Cambodia for thirteen years, Rev. Mark Baldwin saw a country growing into the new century. An avowed atheist before he came to Christ, Rev. Baldwin started as an English teacher in Phnom Penh and eventually served in the Takeo province in many villages. Most of his work was done in Kpbaom at a small mission that was in need of a shepherd. Joining him in ministry by marriage in 2010, Wiwin, became a strong aid in ministry and home life. God blessed them with two children while serving in Cambodia.
The Baldwins have been a blessing to Cambodia. May God bless the fruit of their hands for the good of the Cambodians and God’s glory.
Please remember the Baldwins in prayer as they continue to serve their Savior in the US.