Lydia, by Crist and Eileen Hamilton, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

Let us introduce you to a widow from Jos by the name of Lydia.  She had an accident recently and is now under Dr. Zamani’s care at the Doctor’s compound in the Kisayhip Village.  We met her for the first time a few weeks ago when we took a team from the U.S. there to […]

God’s Provision, by Lonnie Clouse, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

The past few days have been very encouraging as we have had two different families from North Carolina come to visit.  We took one of the families to visit a children’s home (orphanage) that we serve, and we noticed that they needed groceries. The pantry had no fruits or vegetables. We went out shopping and purchased the food that they needed.     It is always a […]

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Playdates with Wendy, by Kathy Couch, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

One day, I was at one of the children’s homes we serve.  Standing by herself was a little girl.  She appeared to be the saddest thing I had seen in a long time.  I started asking around and found out that her and her sister had been dropped off about a week before.  That was […]

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Jamie: God Heals the Most Hurt Heart, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

This is the story of a blind boy I met in Cancun. For his protection he will be referred to as Jamie in this entry. Jamie is 17 and has been blind since the day he was born. He is tall with a chubby face and black curly hair. I ran into Jaime on a […]

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Virginia – God Heals the Hardest Heart, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

This is a post about a teen whose story impacted my life while I was in Cancun. For her security she will be referred to as Virginia in this entry. Virginia looks to be about twice her actual age. I met her on the first day that I met Jamie. I have never really understood […]

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Removing the Obstacles, by Theresa Reed, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

The driving in Jos, Nigeria is crazy! Part of that is due to that fact that there are very few traffic laws in place and even fewer that are actually enforced. But another factor is the obstacles that you encounter on the roads. Here are some pictures of a few of the obstacles that we […]

Bringing Restoration: Reflections on Evidence of God’s Beauty in Nigeria, by Jessica Biondo, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

Last summer, Jessica Biondo and Ruby Moyer of the Back2Back Mexico staff traveled to Jos, Nigeria. While there, they served alongside our Back2Back Nigeria staff for several weeks.  Below, Jessica Biondo shares her reflections on the experience. Try to image this scene with me. You are standing in a small, humble building. There are rocks […]

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An Interview with Christy Ross, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

Starting this month, we will be featuring interviews with various Back2Back staff members, highlighting one to two individuals on the field each month. How do you serve with Back2Back? Christy: I am on staff in Monterrey, Mexico. I am the captain of the Casa Hogar Birthday Program here in Monterrey. I am in charge of […]

Serving with Back2Back Nigeria, by Aaron Broomall, Mission Trip Guest »

Our time with our new friends in Nigeria seemed to pass by so quickly, yet the effects of what we experienced and learned continue to work through each of us on a daily basis.  We got home about three weeks ago from what most of us would say was the best trip of our lives; […]

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They are Loved, by Caitlin Gromacki, Former Back2Back India Intern »

God showed me his love through the kids in India. We visited this small orphan home the first few days and then a week later had them join another orphan group for a concert. I was able to play games, sing songs and hug the kids, but because of the language difference I didn’t really […]

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