A Changed Heart, by Daniel Shores, India Mission Trip Participant »

This email came from an India Mission Trip participant, Dan. He and Jessica have given their permission to share it: Hello to all the Back2Back Family, I participated in the India mission this summer. I wanted to write and extend my many thanks and good wishes to you and all of the amazing work you […]

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Poorest of the Poor, by Matt Cooper, Back2Back Cancun Staff »

A few weeks ago we were introduced to a family. The social worker from the DIF (Child & Family Services) here in Cancun said she wanted us to meet a family, and wondered if there was anything we could do for them, as they were in a very rough situation. Fifteen year-old Noehmi, is lower […]

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God’s Provision for Manantial de Amor, by Cathy Huffer, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

Manantial de Amor (MDA) has three different locations. With three light bills, water bills, and three of everything else, they have often found themselves in need. This children’s home has been based on trusting the Lord on a day-to-day basis and as a result of their trust in God and not man we don’t always […]

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Pick up your copy of Relentless Hope today! »

Enjoy hearing Back2Back director, Beth Guckenberger, speak? Be sure to pick-up a copy of her newly released book, Relentless Hope, today! This story-driven book delivers honest testimonies from unique voices whose stories are living and real. They don’t all have the “happy endings,” but they all carry truth and hope. Available at your local Christian bookstore […]

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Shaken to the Core, by James Bush, Mexico Mission Trip Participant »

My recent trip to Monterrey, Mexico has messed with me in the deepest way possible. Majestic.  Beautiful.  Powerful. I was overwhelmed.  It was Sunday morning at Casa Hogar Douglas, an orphanage, in Monterrey. The aforementioned orphanage would have appeared empty to the passerby if it weren’t for the noise coming from a little building atop […]

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The Carrot Seed, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

” A little boy planted a carrot seed… and the whole world said nothing would sprout.” – The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss For the majority of the children I work with in the Rio the whole world has said they won’t succeed, they won’t thrive, they won’t amount to anything,… they won’t sprout. That […]

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Partner with us through Prayer »

We invite you to partner with us by joining us in prayer for our ministry.  Find a list of current prayer needs by country below. India: – Pray for the Lord to bring us more Godly staff to serve in India. – Pray for the continued growth and development of the ministry in India Monterrey: […]

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Nigeria Partnerships »

Self-Sustaining Enterprises (SSE), a partner organization with a focus on micro-enterprise and job creation, is serving with Back2Back Nigeria this week. Follow their trip via their blog at http://sseinc.org/blog

An Interview with Lonnie Clouse, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

How do you serve with Back2Back? Lonnie: I am currently serving here in Monterrey with my wife Angela and my three children.   My children are Alonna (11), Brayden (9), Layton (6).  We are learning as much as we can about the Back2Back.  It is our goal to move to a new location in the […]

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Building into the Future of a Student, by Kathy Couch »

Boys are rough, tough and have endless energy.  How do you deal with that in a 17 year-old young man?  Tae-kwon-do.  One young man in our Hope Program, Antonio, has found a great outlet through tae-kwon-do.  He is now in his second year of lessons and just passed his red belt, level one examination.  One […]

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