The Privilege of an Education, by Matt & Julie Cooper »

The privilege of going to school seems like a given, especially to attend kindergarten. But what if you can’t afford to send your child to kindergarten? For the kindergarten age children who live at Casa Hogar San Jose, they have to pay $10 USD a week to attend school. It doesn’t sound like much, but […]

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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 ministry location below. CANCUN, MEXICO -God’s grace and great things to happen here for our first summer of ministry ever! -For revival in the city of Cancun. -For changed hearts in us, […]

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The Joy of Reading, by Jim Betscher, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

We recently completed remodeling the library at Casa Hogar Douglas. This children’s home for over seventy kids now has a very nice library made possible by a donation from The Rotary Club International and the tireless efforts of many of our ministry volunteers. I recently read that 94% of the municipalities of Mexico don’t have […]

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A New Song, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

This spring, we have been teaching the children in the Rio about worship. It has been fantastic! A donor supplied us with money to purchase instruments for the children and thus the idea sprang into action. Our heart was to teach the kids not only how to worship the Lord but reasons we have to […]

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Peeling an Onion, by Mindy Webster, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

Last week, in our ongoing staff training, we talked about the connection between anger and fear.  The short of it is that most anger is rooted in fear.  Think of anger as a basket of onions.  Anger is that outer onion skin that makes the onion messy and dull but protects the insides.  When you […]

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Back to School, by Mindy Webster, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

I don’t usually associate spring time with “back to school” time, but that’s what it’s been for our Monterrey staff!  We realized a need to be more educated on the psychological and emotional issues that the orphan child faces and had a desire to be more equipped to do something about it.  So this spring […]

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King for a Day, by Caroline Burns »

Living with the boys at Douglas this past summer opened my eyes to sad reality that birthdays for these orphans are often one of the worst day of their year instead of the best. They are a reminder that they are thrown into a group, not celebrated as individuals, that their mom or dad didn’t […]

Preventative Medical Care, by Kathy Couch, Back2Back Monterrey Staff »

Childhood is often intertwined with doctor visits.  If all of those doctor visits can sometimes feel overwhelming to a family, just think how they impact a children’s home with dozens of children.  Sniffles turn to colds which can then lead to ear infections.   When left untreated, ear infections can lead to hearing loss, sometimes permanently. […]

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Orphan Care Summit »

Interested in learning more about orphan care? The Christian Alliance for Orphans’ annual Summit has become a national hub for Christians committed to adoption, foster care and global orphan initiatives rooted in the local church. May 12-13, 2011 ♦ Southeast Christian Church ♦ Louisville, KY JOIN organization leaders, grassroots advocates, pastors, and ministry entrepreneurs sharing your passion. […]

A Sponsor for Sofia, by Claire Rogers, Back2Back US Staff »

Five year-old Sofia, who lives at San Jose Children’s Home, an orphanage that Back2Back Cancun serves, is now benefiting from child sponsorship. Sofia, an imaginative girl, loves to draw. She recently created this masterpiece for her sponsor in Pennsylvania. Interested in sponsoring a child like Sofia, from one of the orphanages that Back2Back serves? Contact […]

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