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.
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Honored to Offer Love

The Cortez Garcia family had their hands full. They met their foster daughter as a 40-day-old baby. She grew into an active child who enjoys going to shopping malls, attending church, and experiencing new places. They have built strong relationships with other foster families and have found the connections help them love the little girl… Read more

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Getting on the Same Page

Today we say goodbye to this great work team that, from day one, took on this great challenge. There are still teachers who do what they do with great love. Without a doubt, you each have been, are, and will continue to be a very important part in the academic and intellectual development in the… Read more


Until Every Child is Known & Loved

Child sponsorship is an integral part of the work Back2Back does internationally. It is a tangible way to show vulnerable children and families they are not alone and always have people in their corners, cheering them on. Recently, a new group of children transitioned into a partnering children’s home in Nigeria and are in need… Read more

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New Paths of Self-Discovery

As Back2Back continues to grow in depth and breadth of their care for vulnerable populations in India, there are cultural expectations to consider as the best, most holistic approach is provided. One of the key lessons staff understand is that, if the children served in-country want the best opportunities for jobs after studying in university… Read more

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Creating Memories Together

The room was buzzing with conversation and movement. Eight Strong Families were gathered around tables, engaging in games, conversation, and enjoying food. It was a day designated to celebrate the men who are fathers within the program, honoring their effort and engagement in caring for their families. “Events like this are multifaceted,” shared Matt Metzger,… Read more

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Engaging Their Senses & Creating Art

The windows let sunlight stream in, brightening the room. On each table there were pallets of paint, cotton balls, and painting utensils. Staff and visiting mission guests welcomed the students from Pacific Christian Academy (PCA) into the weekly summer Workshop Day. 16 students showed up to participate in an art therapy station led by four… Read more

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Bringing His Kids Back

Since the Garcia family moved to the Dominican Republic, their efforts have been to invest in organizations already doing faithful work in local communities. House of Hope is one organization they invest deeply in – providing Trauma Competent Care training, assisting in after-school programming, and creating safe spaces to connect with vulnerable children. As they… Read more

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To Mobilize Others

Recently, Cheque and Hope Garcia, Back2Back D.R. Co-Directors, attended a local conference with their whole staff team that gathered people from the Dominican area who have a heart for the vulnerable. They hosted a booth, sharing about the work they are doing in-country and what Back2Back does on a global scale. “It was such a… Read more

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Rebuilding What Was Once Fractured

Much has changed recently at a Back2Back-partnering children’s home. When the pandemic made its way to Mexico, many of the children under Back2Back’s care returned to live with biological families, if it was safe for them to do so. This decision was not made lightly and allowed for decreased spreading of the virus, while still… Read more

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To Keep Pressing Forward

Aiden* is a young man with a vision. He wants better for himself than what he had growing up, and he wants to provide more for his family, too. He worked on completing his secondary education studies in the midst of the pandemic, but missed the in-person practice of serving patients, as the pandemic prevented… Read more

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