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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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A Humble Learner

Stephen headed towards Blessing’s house and prayed about the conversation he would have with her family. Blessing, a young girl newer to attending Igmin Kibe Education Center, recently took a test to determine grade placement at her new school. Before she attended Igmin Kibe, Blessing was in the sixth grade. Blessing’s test scores at the… Read more


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Fresh Paint and Brighter Rooms

The boys filed into the room with wide eyes. They recognized their beds and personal items, but their surroundings looked unfamiliar. What was once a dark grey room with murals all over the walls, was now bright with fresh paint, welcoming the boys home. “The boys’ room always made me think of institutionalized living,” shared… Read more


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A Memorable Mother’s Day

Everywhere you looked at the community center, you could see groups of teens busy at work. One group was picking up trash, another was setting up tables and chairs under the palapa. A few girls worked on decorating, while another group wrapped gifts and made personalized nametags for their guests. Inside the community center, a… Read more


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Receiving the Care He Needs

Thirteen-year old Luis Fernando limped to a spot in the grass to rest. His foot was hurting, but he hadn’t twisted it. He went to his caregivers with concern in his voice. “My foot is hurting badly; I can’t walk on it, but I don’t know what’s wrong.” After looking at his foot, caregivers realized… Read more


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Overcoming Obstacles

The warm, yellow room is filled with the sound of fingertips hitting keyboards. Miss Sandy, Back2Back staff, paces back and forth behind them, ensuring they’re staying on track, ever present to answer questions. It’s not a conventional classroom, but the four students sitting in front of the computers are full-time students in pursuit of a… Read more


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A Friendly Face on the Way to School

“Alright, everybody!” Alphonsus calls out to the children sitting behind him on the bus. “We’re here. Have a good day! Be respectful, pay attention!” He smiles at each child as they exit the bus in their school uniform. They turn and wave goodbye to him, knowing they will see him in a few hours for… Read more


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Strengthening Connection: a Father’s Day story

written by Back2Back Cancun Staff,  Jenn Holden The basement of Back2Back Cancun’s mission-guest house was full. The repetitive sounds of pounding hammers took over the room, the air thick with the smell of wood stain. The fans and blasting air conditioning gave relief, as a constant buzz of chatter and laughter occupied the space. There… Read more


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To Look Forward

Final exams have come to a close in India and with that, has come a first for Back2Back’s India Campus. Three young men, Goutham, Sandeep, and Ganesh, are preparing for junior college and life off campus. Goutham dreams of taking to the skies as a pilot. Ganesh hopes to serve his home country in the… Read more


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Choosing to Follow Jesus

The church was quiet as 13-year old Monestime went underneath the water. When his head broke the surface, the congregation smiled in celebration of the young man’s baptism. Monestime was one of five teens recently baptized from Harvest Care Children’s Home. Monestime, Mathieu (14), Christelle (14), Wilson (15), and Roodnel (14) recently chose to follow… Read more


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The Next Chapter

They arrived at the Back2Back India Hope Campus in 2014. Living together previously at House of Compassion Children’s Home, the three boys came as friends, hopeful for what would come next in their stories. Ganesh, Goutham, and Sandeep began to make the new campus their home, becoming acquainted with other children. Slowly, strangers became trusted… Read more


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