Serve with Mark Schultz »

Please join us for a special mission trip experience, May 26-31, 2013, with our friend and musician Mark Schultz, Platinum selling artist and GMA Dove Award winner. Mark is leading a mission trip to Back2Back’s site in Monterrey, Mexico.

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Inward Transformation »

God has been moving in the lives of eight middle school boys who live at Casa Hogar Douglas, a children’s home we serve in Monterrey, Mexico. The boys recently joined a soccer league where they play together weekly

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Bigger than Me »

Recently, I was able to be a part of a beautiful retreat for the Hope Education students in Monterrey, Mexico. 120+ teens who live in different children’s homes in Monterrey, Mexico. 40 staff and older teens who offered of themselves to serve. 9 cabins. 10 tents. 2 days. 1 message: My circumstances are temporary, but I am not.

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Join us for a Family Celebration »

Please join us May 5 for a special appreciation event for friends of the ministry, a free family celebration with a picnic-style dinner, community and games.

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Local Involvement in Mazatlan »

We recently celebrated the one year anniversary of the launch of our ministry site in Mazatlan, Mexico. Back2Back Mazatlan was started to provide holistic care to orphans at three children’s homes in this area. Beyond the vast number of orphans in this city is the face of one little boy, Jose.

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2013 Children’s Ministry Legacy Award »

Special congrats to Beth Guckenberger who was presented with the 2013 International Network of Children’s Ministry Legacy Award for her and Back2Back’s impact on children internationally, last night at the Children’s Pastors’ Conference.

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Intern with Back2Back »

Back2Back summer interns gain practical hands-on ministry experience by serving at our sites in the US, Mexico, India and Nigeria. Interns work alongside Back2Back staff members and assist behind-the-scenes to host summer mission trip groups.

Service without Borders »

Back2Back serves children’s homes and impoverished communities, by partnering with individuals, schools, churches, civic groups, and businesses to create a bridge between people in need and people with resources.

Be a Voice for the Orphan »

We believe in a thing called hope. We believe that together we can change the world one child at a time. Together, you and I can take a stand and be a voice for the orphan child. Stand with us. The story isn’t over yet. Give Hope. Be a Voice for the Orphan Child.  

A Brighter Tomorrow »

Isabel is a beautiful eight-year-old girl, who is always ready to give a hug. She has lived at Casa Hogar San Jose in Cancun, Mexico with her sister and brother since she was two years old. Life at the orphanage is all she knows.

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