Equipping Children to be Missional Minded »

I was sitting inside an orphanage in Mazatlan, Mexico this past week and listening to the directors of that home lament their older kids are too focused on their own needs, and not aware enough of the suffering of others.

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The Joy of Reading »

Many of the children we serve lack access to books and lag behind in literacy. In recent years, thanks to the generosity of our donors, we have built libraries at many of the children’s homes we serve, empowering hundreds of children to discover the joy of reading.

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A Voice for the Orphan »

I sit in this moment, realizing this Orphan Sunday event is a moment in time that God peels back heaven a little to remind us of how He is intertwining our stories, redeeming our brokenness, and challenging us to give to others that which we have been given.

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Never Stop Dreaming »

Wendy, who grew up in a children’s home, had quietly dreamed of having a quincenera but she had never actually attended one. It didn’t take long for her to realize that the day would reach far beyond a simple party.

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Launching an Orphan Care Site in Haiti »

This year, we officially launched a ministry site in Haiti with our partner, Jesus in Haiti Ministries (JiHM). Since the earthquake in 2010, we have made numerous trips to Haiti with great friends and partners of Back2Back who are interested in coming alongside us on this journey.

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Anusha: Wonderfully Loved »

Anusha is a vivacious 7-year-old girl, who is full of joy. Her favorite color is pink and she wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Anusha enjoys board games and playing with her friend, Neha, and attending church along with the other children in the Peace Home.

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A New Hope »

Gaby is pursuing a degree in visual arts and film thanks through the support of Back2Back’s Hope Education Program in Monterrey, Mexico. Students like Gaby are mentored, provided with an education, and encouraged to pursue their dreams so that they can become self-sustaining individuals who give back to their community.

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Emi’s Story »

Recently, a shy nine-year old boy named Emi arrived at Douglas Children’s Home in Monterrey, Mexico, after his mother decided she was no longer able to care for him and his siblings. Emi just celebrated his ninth birthday.

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We’ll Do It! »

While serving with us throughout the year, our mission trip guests explore a spiritual theme through a daily devotional study guide. We invite you to join us in exploring this year’s theme based on Jeremiah 42:6 (Message).

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