Be inspired by stories of reckless faith from around the world. These stories encourage us to keep going, to never give up, until every child is known and loved.
AllHope ProgramInspirational LivingMexicoStories

Saying Yes to Adventure

Oaxaca, a town outside Mexico City, is 20 hours by car from Monterrey. Back2Back doesn’t currently partner with any homes or families in Oaxaca, but this didn’t stop a young woman from making big moves to chase a dream. Camila* made the 20 hour drive just over four years ago to enter Monterrey’s Hope Education… Read more

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To Play Like Children

Students in India, like so many globally, have felt the pressures of performing well in school amidst an ongoing pandemic and regular changes in how they attend classes. In mid-November, the staff wanted a day to celebrate all the children have accomplished and are working towards. They wanted to offer them an opportunity to simply… Read more

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Leaving a Legacy of Giving

The children Back2Back serves around the world are the recipients of great generosity. From sponsors to nationals who give back in their own communities, the children are never without essentials to grow in success. This example, of giving out of what we’ve been given, leaves an impact on each boy and girl which propels them… Read more

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“I am surrounded by people I learn from. . .”

As Back2Back serves vulnerable populations globally, they strive for three distinct outcomes as holistic care is provided: dependency on Jesus, interdependency in their communities, and independent and sustainable living. These goals are worked toward in a number of ways, and ideally, every child and teen served would eventually choose to pursue each of their own… Read more

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Incorporating into Family-Style Environments

Recently, a group of five new children transitioned into a partnering children’s home in Haiti. Moving and adjusting to new living arrangements with new expectations can be difficult for anyone, but for children from hard places, there are additional layers of support needed. “The children were very upset when they arrived,” shared one of the… Read more


Safety & Healing for Children

The Dominican Republic is a vibrant country with an overall happy, musical environment. Rice, beans, plantains, and coffee make up a large portion of their overall diet. It’s a special place to live for many of its residents, but for some, the dark reality of abuse and sex trafficking mean this island isn’t a safe… Read more

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Following with Persistence

The Back2Back Transitions Program is set up to help young adults truly succeed in their lives after living in children’s homes or family-style homes through the Hope Education Program. In Nigeria, the Transitions program’s goal is to offer understanding on the ins and outs of independent living. Whether meal planning, grocery shopping, building a resume,… Read more

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Courageous Men and Husbands

The atmosphere was quiet as water sloshed in bins. The sun melted into the horizon and the lights beneath the palapa were shining down on husbands kneeling before their wives. Sniffles were heard above the movement of water. It was the final evening of a weeks-long Bible study, and every husband who attended the retreat… Read more

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Growing Together at 12 Stones

Then Joshua called the twelve men from the people of Israel, whom he had appointed, a man from each tribe. And Joshua said to them, ‘Pass on before the ark of the Lord to your God into the midst of the Jordan, and take up each of you a stone upon his shoulder, according to… Read more

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“Can I come, too?”

“I-I’ve never had hot food like this before. . . when I finish my plate, am I allowed to have more?” His big brown eyes looked up at his caregiver, his shy question floating between them. “Of course you can have more!” Martiza, his caregiver and “house mom,” said, putting her arm gently on his… Read more

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