Mylinda Baits
Mylinda Baits

[world map] Global
[pie chart]84%Support Pledged
Training and Capacity Building Training and Capacity Building
Peace and Justice Peace and Justice
Abolishing Global Slavery Abolishing Global Slavery
Health and Wellness Health and Wellness
Mylinda is a pastoral artist and trainer. Serving as a global consultant for Training Through Restorative Arts, she partners with IM colleagues, national church leadership and social change organizations to seek justice, healing and transformation through restorative art and creative expression. Compelled by Jesus’ prayer that the kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven, Mylinda creates spaces where servant leaders and those who do the hard work of rescue, relief and restoration can be nurtured and renewed. As sinner and saint, she sees beauty in broken places, wonder in wounded people and life in loving God and others.
Projects, Journals & News
| Puerto Rican Resiliency

Many of my IM colleagues, their families and faithful American Baptist Churches in Puerto Rico were directly impacted by the devastation that Hurricane Maria caused.

| 7 Soul-Nurturing Strategies for Those Who Support Others

Passed down from trusted mentors and discovered on my own, these strategies for nurturing the soul and sustaining creative engagement in the world are my gift to you. Though certainly not exhaustive or exclusive, I hope these soup-for-the-soul strategies support your good work.

| Summer Update from Mylinda Baits

It has been an amazingly enriching summer full of generosity, hospitality, learning and inspiration!

| Flourishing in Kenya

I returned home recently from a rich and full time in Kenya, witnessing God’s abundant beauty. I was honored to co-facilitate a First Aid Arts Responder and Facilitator training in Nairobi with my good friend, Ruth Yeo Peterman.

| Blessed Are the Peacemakers

While recognizing that the scars of wounding could not be totally erased, we offered a gesture of repentance through recognition of harm caused, engaging  in active repair, we moved through forgiveness from opposite sides of a struggle toward reconciliation together.

| Holding Onto Hope