The World: Taking Your Kids

“Take your children to work day” takes on a whole new meaning when you are on assignment half way around the world and one of your kids is still in diapers. Click on the multi-media piece above where my wife shares our family experiences traveling and working with our kids in tow.

17 thoughts

  1. I love it! I hope your kids realize how blessed they are to be able to experience the world like that. I know that I certainly did not appreciate all the opportunities my parents gave me when I was younger.

  2. I just watched “Family Travel”. You both did a good job. I liked it even though you took my “little grandchildren” so far away from me.
    Mom

  3. Great pictures as always! What wonderful experiances and memories for you and your family. Alex and I will be heading to Brazil this summer.

  4. Wow! What a wonderful education Daniel and Sara received. Most people can only read about or watch on television what they witnessed and experienced while growing up.

  5. Our intent was to give them a heart for the world and to realize they too can make a difference in lives. Thanks for writing Denise.

  6. Gary!

    I keep sharing about whats on my heart for the future with people and I continue to share what you said during our school “not only do I want you to learn from me professionally I want you to learn from me personally.”

    This media clip is really encouraging, I don’t yet have a family of my own but someday I would love one… and I still want to continue to be able to follow the call of God on my life and this video is so encouraging because IT CAN BE DONE!!!

    Thanks for sharing so openly, professionally and personally.

    I’ve been using some off camera lighting stuff lately the whole strobist thing…

    http://www.jimbakerphotography.blogspot.com

    That copystand gig never came through… oh well.

    talk with you soon,
    jim baker

  7. This is great Gary! I totally agree, being one of those mk’s that traveled all over the world, it is such a great experience. I wouldn’t trade it for anything!

  8. I love this. What I like most is while it is very short it communicates through the images that this has happened all through your lives. Very touching.

  9. Thank you so much for this encouraging post. My husband and I, and our 3 young children, are leaving in 5 weeks to move indefinitely to SE Asia. It’s always encouraging to see other parents involving their children in reaching the lost.

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