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Highlights from 2014

If you read no farther than this first paragraph, know these two things. First, ministry to vulnerable and orphaned children and their families is really hard, but we are not going anywhere. Second, it takes a tremendous amount of resources to provide holistic care and every little bit counts.


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Remembering Orphan Sunday

With additional Back2Back India staff and the new India Hope Campus, the timing was perfect to begin an annual Orphan Sunday service. We planned a special service to engage the children and connect them to children living at other Back2Back sites.


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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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Individualized Care in Mazatlan

“We are only as good as we are deep” is a Back2Back value which resonates deeply within the staff in Mazatlan, Mexico. As parents ourselves, we understand each child is a unique creation who learns and matures in an individualized way.


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Bright Smiles

In an effort to provide holistic orphan care, Back2Back believes dental care is a crucial component in meeting each child’s physical needs. Back2Back is pleased to have Sofia Segura on staff, a resident dentist who works in the clinic full-time.


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Meet the Staff: Jason Munafo

Back2Back staff serves the orphan child worldwide in varied positions. Whether serving abroad or in the U.S., each missionary fulfills a unique role in the ministry, leveraging his or her God-given abilities for the Kingdom of God. This month, we chat with the state side director of the Nigeria and Haiti sites, Jason Munafo.


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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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The Heart of Worship

Rossy is making a difference in her community of Bonfil, situated near the Back2Back Cancun site. Over a decade ago, she founded Mission Educ-Arte to share God’s love with the community.


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Top 10 Thanks for 2014

As we celebrate a day of Thanksgiving, we at Back2Back wanted to take a moment to share with you just a few of the many things we are thankful for!


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The Talk that Changed Everything

When Alberto arrived at Salvation Army Children’s Home in Mazatlan, Mexico, he was years behind in his education. He had been home-schooled at a government-run children’s home and had limited interaction with other children his age.


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