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Water to a Dry Land

A few weeks ago, Back2Back Ministries hosted an unprecedented training for local children’s home caregivers and directors at the Back2Back Haiti ministry site.


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Night of Culture

Recently, Back2Back Cancun hosted a cultural event for the children of Bonfil, an under-resourced community we serve. The children enjoyed an evening spent learning about Italy, eating Italian food, and looking paintings and sculptures by Michelangelo.


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Shoebox Full of Lessons

When I was little, I remember at Christmastime we often made Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes with my mom to send to children who didn’t have as much as we did. It seems so simple, but I now realize the impact it had on me was a lasting one.


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The Greatest Gift

Tony traveled to Haiti with his wife, daughter, and the LifePoint Vineyard team from West Chester, Ohio to serve with Back2Back. Early in the week, he was drawn to a young, blind boy named Gervens.



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Dalia’s Dream, by Andrew Conrad, Back2Back Cancun Staff

Two years ago, when Back2Back Cancun started, Matt and Julie Cooper (B2B Cancun directors) were looking for someone to help clean the group house. The security guard recommended his cousin, Dalila. Since then Dalila has become a friend and an example to all of our staff. She is not a believer, yet, but gives glory… Read more


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Community Development in Nigeria, by Will Reed, Back2Back Nigeria Staff

Over the last couple months in Back2Back Nigeria, the “Dry Season Farming” projects that were started in the Kisayhip Village have progressed very well. For quite a while it was a bit boring as we watched waiting for the fruit of the peoples labor to appear. In Kisayhip ‘A’ (the village is split in two… Read more


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A Reason to Hurry, by Tallie Betscher, Back2Back US Staff

I got a phone call from a woman last week that caught my attention.  She had recently come home from spending a week in Monterrey with Back2Back and was interested in sponsoring one of the children she had connected with.  Nothing too unusual about that.  (If you met these kids, you’d probably call me too)…. Read more




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