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:… Read more
BlogBe 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.
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
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… Read more
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… Read more
A little over a year ago, students from the Vineyard Community Church decided to “Sacrifice Christmas” by giving up gifts for themselves, and encouraging their parents and others to donate money to the development of Back2Back’s new education center for children in Jos, Nigeria. Their sacrificial gift provided the new students at the Igmin Kibe Education Center… Read more
Congrats to NASCAR driver and Back2Back supporter, Trevor Bayne on winning the Daytona 500 on Sunday, the youngest driver ever to win the sports’ biggest race! Bayne has served with Back2Back in Monterrey, Mexico and pledged to donate portions of his Daytona 500 prize money to Back2Back’s orphan care work in Mexico. Bayne commented, “Hopefully… Read more
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… Read more