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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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Field Story Highlights

What They’re Learning in Their Time Apart Staff have learned a significant amount of information about the children they serve in India the last several months. While some work stateside and patiently waiting to return to India, they meet virtually with all the children who call the Back2Back campus home, as well as with the… Read more


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Kitchen Table Classrooms

Kitchen tables across the world were once used simply for gathering families and friends together for shared meals. Recent global events have taken the place where we set our plates down together and transformed them. Home offices, conference rooms, and the classroom have now taken up space on the kitchen table. The Hope Students and… Read more


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Hope Program: Building Big Dreams

The Haiti Hope Program Students are growing, even in the midst of changes. Two of the key components of Haiti’s Hope Program is that each of the students is in school, working towards a career goal, and also learning, developing, and harnessing professional skills in the meantime. Wilson* started professional training a few weeks ago… Read more


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Mazatlan Highlights

Learning Independence, Seeking Reunification Family reunification has long been something Back2Back honors, if the situation is safe, healthy, and allows the child to flourish with their biological family. We know it is God’s design for families to be together, and we work towards this in every instance possible. Four years ago, Miguel’s* grandmother was contacted… Read more


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Holistic Care Growing Whole-Hearted Teens

Growing in Body, Mind, and Spirit Holistic care is one of Back2Back’s top priorities in caring for vulnerable children. Our 5-Point Child Development plan ensures every child and teen is receiving care spiritually, physically, educationally, emotionally, and socially in order to not just survive, but flourish. A young man at Calvary Hope House is a… Read more


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Highlights from India

Growing Confident as English SpeakersAn India Hope Campus Update “Stick together, no hurts, have fun!” This phrase is one generally heard across sites from the children Back2Back serves. They are part of life scripts used in Nurture Groups, where the children learn, and are equipped, to understand the power of their voices and emotions, and… Read more


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Created with Purpose

The path leading to Igmin Kibe Education Center is long and winding. The dust rises in the air following the footsteps of villagers and the occasional wild animal. On a clear-skied afternoon, a young girl atop a bicycle made her way down the dirt trail. She cycled closer and those who recognized her smiled at… Read more


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Riding into Their Futures

Imagine a child learning to ride a bike for the first time. They start out with training wheels, so they won’t lose their balance. Once they’re removed, a trusted adult stays close behind, holding on. Although still unsteady, the guiding hand behind them prevents their fall. Eventually, the child pedals alone and risks falling. If… Read more



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Letter from the Director

This past year I changed my email signature to say, “Easier said than done, but I’m in if you’re in.” Those two thoughts had been circling around my head for a while. Solutions sound simple until you experience your first challenge, but sticking with it produces results. I wanted to say to the staff and… Read more


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