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 […]

4 Questions with Kenny McCambridge »

My name is Kenny McCambridge. I moved from Cleveland OH, and my role is Site Staff. I’ve been on staff with Back2Back for about 10 Months. 1. Why did you go/join Back2Back?  My wife, Anna, had been involved with Back2Back since she and her family took their first trip in 2006. When we met in college, I […]

Celebrating 2019 »

2019 is quickly coming to a close, but here at Back2Back, we are all about looking back, in preparation of looking forward, and celebrating all God has done for orphaned and vulnerable children through YOU this year. We are grateful for your partnership, and all you have done to make amazing, life-changing things happen globally. […]

4 Questions with Amy Kelly »

My name is Amy Kelly.  I moved from Dayton, Ohio and my role is site staff and English teacher. I’ve been on staff with Back2Back for a year and half.  1. Why did you go/join Back2Back?  I first started coming on short term trips here to Cancun in 2014. I came three summers in a row, never […]

Defeating their Giants »

For several years, when the younger children attended Vacation Bible School over school breaks, the teens at both Community Centers of Tres Reyes and Bonfil participated in a more age-appropriate activity. The staff recently discussed providing a whole separate time with just the teens and what it could look like. This year, the teens from […]

4 Questions with Meredith Shuman »

My name is Meredith Shuman.  I moved from KS/TX to Mazatlán, Mexico and my role is in Child Development (training and staff support,) and I am a debriefer/host to mission guests.  I have been on staff with Back2Back for almost 3 years. 1. Why did you go/join Back2Back?  My story goes all the way back […]

4 Questions with Bailey Prescott »

My name is Bailey Prescott. I moved to Mazatlán, Mexico from Indiana, and my role is teacher/Child Sponsorship Program Coordinator/Assistant Captain at Salvation Army Children’s Home. I’ve been on staff with Back2Back for 2 years. 1. Why did you go/join Back2Back?  The Lord gave me a heart for orphan care when I was very young, and I’ve […]

Cincinnati Reds Partnership 2019 »

A season-long partnership between the Cincinnati Reds and Back2Back Ministries recently culminated on Faith Day at Great American Ballpark. The partnership kicked off during the International Series in April where the Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals competed in Monterrey, Mexico and hosted over 300 children on Back2Back’s Monterrey campus. One hundred lucky children from […]

He Will Give Them Compassion »

Field Story by Matt Cooper, Back2Back U.S. Office  “Isn’t it overwhelming to come face-to-face with ongoing needs?  How do you decide where to invest your time? Do you actually feel like you’re able to show love and compassion?” My response to these often-asked questions is inspired by missionary, Heidi Baker, who says, “Just love the one in […]

A Reckless Faith Like Abraham »

by Bailey Prescott, Back2Back Staff in Mazatlán Nothing will ever make this okay. I laid in bed, tossing and turning, considering the events of the Christmas party. I’d been asked to help at a Christmas party for a local children’s home, and had spent the entirety of the party holding a tiny, sick baby whose […]

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