Nearly one million people die from malaria each year, mostly children younger than five years old. When insecticide-treated nets are used properly by three-quarters of the people in a community, malaria transmission is cut by 50%. It is estimated that less than 5% of children in sub-Saharan Africa currently sleep under any type of insecticide-treated… 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.
Welcome to the beginning stages of the fish farms that are being brought to life at one of the children’s homes we work with here in Jos, Nigeria. OLA (Our Ladies of Apostles) has started some fish farms and they are also working on some chicken farms to help them create food and funds for… Read more
It’s not too late to join the Back2Back Flying Pig Team to run the 5k,10k, half or full marathon on May 1st or 2nd. We would love to have you join our team!
When the earthquake happened in Haiti this past January, many of our Back2Back ministry supporters called and asked what we were planning on doing. In the initial days as we prayed about how God might want us to mobilize and coordinate to respond to the need, we realized that Back2Back is not necessarily a relief… Read more
This past fall, Back2Back sent out a Christmas gift catalog, in which people could sponsor “gifts” in various ways in different areas of ministry within Back2Back. India, Nigeria and Mexico were all represented and one of the opportunities was a chicken dinner for those in need in Nigeria. We have two people here from Riverview… Read more
Just a reminder that the Cincinnati Flying Pig Race is 49 days away! We are so excited to have a Back2Back team this year and have Hope Program students and Back2Back Mexico staff running the race with us. Remember, the relay teams, 10k and 5k on May 1st count as part of the race as… Read more
For Christmas, my parents gave all of sixteen of their grandchildren $30 USD. But, the gift itself was for them to see the joy in giving, so a letter was written to each of them about it and what they had to do was find a “cause” or a “need” other than their own life… Read more