The Power of Pain »

Middle seat, infant in arms. Let’s be honest… not the ideal flying arrangement. Especially when your husband and son aren’t the folks seated on either side of you. I settled in for a mercifully short flight, and I offered up a silent prayer for kind and gracious traveling companions. Our flight left the ground, and […]

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Not Yours to Carry »

This summer, I spent three weeks serving alongside the Back2Back staff team in Monterrey, Mexico. One morning, as I walked around the campus praying, God gave me a vision.

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Peeling an Onion, by Mindy Webster, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

Last week, in our ongoing staff training, we talked about the connection between anger and fear.  The short of it is that most anger is rooted in fear.  Think of anger as a basket of onions.  Anger is that outer onion skin that makes the onion messy and dull but protects the insides.  When you […]

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Jamie: God Heals the Most Hurt Heart, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

This is the story of a blind boy I met in Cancun. For his protection he will be referred to as Jamie in this entry. Jamie is 17 and has been blind since the day he was born. He is tall with a chubby face and black curly hair. I ran into Jaime on a […]

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Virginia – God Heals the Hardest Heart, by Hope Maglich, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

This is a post about a teen whose story impacted my life while I was in Cancun. For her security she will be referred to as Virginia in this entry. Virginia looks to be about twice her actual age. I met her on the first day that I met Jamie. I have never really understood […]

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When God Shows Up, by Greg Huffer, Back2Back Mexico Staff »

As the staff of Back2Back headed into the summer of 2010, Matt Cooper (a staff member) said, “This is going to be the greatest summer of our lives,” expressing the sentiment of many other staff members, myself included. Just prior to the summer, a period when we enter into eight solid weeks of crazy, hectic […]

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