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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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Pursuing Health Together

Staff are making great efforts in educating the families in the slums who are part of the Strong Families Program. Staff know the more information families have, the safer, healthier, and more successful they can be together. Recently the Strong Families staff team did a global handwashing class on October 15th. They took a foamy… Read more


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Making Bold Choices

The video call was relatively quiet until Radha* popped her face onto the screen. “Do you know my name?” she asked Katie Leonard, Back2Back staff and Hope Program mentor, in a voice deeper than expected for a young girl. “So many of the girls are timid with me, so Radha’s pop quiz surprised and delighted… Read more


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Advocating on Behalf of Their Families

“I’ve got it, I’ll take care of it. I’ll find the best school for them,” a Strong Families dad recently said to Ale Castro, Back2Back staff and Director of Strong Families Monterrey. This family had enrolled their four children in the local school district last year, but this year needed to change districts. “Helping families… Read more


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Celebrating Caregivers Around the World

Have you ever looked back at a moment and cringed? Wishing you had known then, what you know now?  Once upon a time, we allowed group members to give Christmas presents directly to children in a children’s home- cementing the notion the American was amazing… meanwhile, the person who washed their clothes, tucked them in, and listened… Read more


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“It Was Good to Just Be.”

The children at Harvest Care Children’s Home recently participated in a day they affectionately call “Funny Day.” In reality, it is a day planned by the psychologist for fun and intentional conversation. The captain of the home, Weekenson Moise, and staff psychologist, Stephanie Pierre, wanted a day for the children to have safe space to… Read more


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Equipped for Their Futures

Haiti has suffered great turmoil in the last several months. Political unrest, COVID breakouts, the president’s assassination, tropical storms, and a sizable earthquake have made day-to-day life difficult and unpredictable. For students across the country, navigating educational changes in the midst of these challenges has caused stress. A young man in the Haiti Hope Program… Read more


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