One Brick at a Time »

Nehemiah tells the story of how the wall around the city of Jerusalem was re-built after a period of destruction and exile. It is a story of a bold plan, of divine provision, of hard work by people with different skill sets, of opposition, of perseverance and ultimately – of hope realized.

/ / / / / /

Remembering Orphan Sunday »

With additional Back2Back India staff and the new India Hope Campus, the timing was perfect to begin an annual Orphan Sunday service. We planned a special service to engage the children and connect them to children living at other Back2Back sites.

/ / / /

Meet the Staff: Adam Petticrew »

Back2Back staff serve the orphan child worldwide in varied positions. This month, we chat with Adam Petticrew, the captain for the Back2Back Suzuki Samuel Children’s Campus in Hyderabad, India.

/ / / / /

Stories of Hope: India »

Two years ago, Mariya was shy, quiet and somewhat withdrawn. At that time, often playing by herself, she is spotted sitting alone in the corner. Mariya finds it difficult to form attachments to others.

/ / / / / / / /

It’s Moving Day! »

On my recent trip to India, I won the lottery in regards to timing. Like all construction projects, deadlines are not a science, but a random uncertainty.

/ / / / / /

Depth of Care in India »

In 2011, a shared desire by an educator and Back2Back to help impoverished girls from poor rural areas resulted in a children’s hostel we call Peace Home.

/ / /

Anusha: Wonderfully Loved »

Anusha is a vivacious 7-year-old girl, who is full of joy. Her favorite color is pink and she wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Anusha enjoys board games and playing with her friend, Neha, and attending church along with the other children in the Peace Home.

/ / / /

A Changed Heart, by Daniel Shores, India Mission Trip Participant »

This email came from an India Mission Trip participant, Dan. He and Jessica have given their permission to share it: Hello to all the Back2Back Family, I participated in the India mission this summer. I wanted to write and extend my many thanks and good wishes to you and all of the amazing work you […]

/ /

They are Loved, by Caitlin Gromacki, Former Back2Back India Intern »

God showed me his love through the kids in India. We visited this small orphan home the first few days and then a week later had them join another orphan group for a concert. I was able to play games, sing songs and hug the kids, but because of the language difference I didn’t really […]

/

Hunger in India, by Back2Back India Staff »

In 2010, Back2Back has explored the theme of hunger. A Back2Back created study guide led mission group members through a series of readings and discussion questions to deepen their hunger for God. During our time in India, we have seen other forms of hunger. The most obvious hunger we saw was physical hunger. The extreme […]

/ /

Pin It on Pinterest