We recently celebrated the one year anniversary of the launch of our ministry site in Mazatlan, Mexico. Back2Back Mazatlan was started to provide holistic care to orphans at three children’s homes in this area. Beyond the vast number of orphans in this city is the face of one little boy, Jose.
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.
November 4th is Orphan Sunday, a day created by the Christian Alliance for Orphans to honor the 163 million orphans in the world. Here are a few thoughts from the Christian Alliance for Orphans.
By Erick and Julie Mowery, Back2Back Cancun Staff We’ve been thinking a lot about nutrition lately and how much the foods we eat affect our health, how we feel, and even how we think. As Americans, nutrition and healthy eating habits are often discussed and sometimes we make significant diet changes to combat or prevent… Read more
As we reflect on the standing stones throughout Back2Back’s history, we celebrate God’s faithfulness in our fifteen year journey as a ministry. They are the faces of our Nigerian staff, who have taught us what it looks like to minister to an entire community.
Isabel is a beautiful eight-year-old girl, who is always ready to give a hug. She has lived at Casa Hogar San Jose in Cancun, Mexico with her sister and brother since she was two years old. Life at the orphanage is all she knows.