Highlights from 2014 »

If you read no farther than this first paragraph, know these two things. First, ministry to vulnerable and orphaned children and their families is really hard, but we are not going anywhere. Second, it takes a tremendous amount of resources to provide holistic care and every little bit counts.

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Individualized Care in Mazatlan »

“We are only as good as we are deep” is a Back2Back value which resonates deeply within the staff in Mazatlan, Mexico. As parents ourselves, we understand each child is a unique creation who learns and matures in an individualized way.

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The Heart of Worship »

Rossy is making a difference in her community of Bonfil, situated near the Back2Back Cancun site. Over a decade ago, she founded Mission Educ-Arte to share God’s love with the community.

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Top 10 Thanks for 2014 »

As we celebrate a day of Thanksgiving, we at Back2Back wanted to take a moment to share with you just a few of the many things we are thankful for!

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The Talk that Changed Everything »

When Alberto arrived at Salvation Army Children’s Home in Mazatlan, Mexico, he was years behind in his education. He had been home-schooled at a government-run children’s home and had limited interaction with other children his age.

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Coming Full Circle »

Mike Watkins’ connection to the orphan child began several years ago, long before he began partnering with Back2Back as a volunteer and mission trip participant.

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Truly A Night of Hope »

On Saturday, November 8th, over 1,000 individuals shared an evening to collectively celebrate a story bigger than themselves:  one of God’s redemptive work in the lives of children around the world.  A Night of Hope was more than a banquet – it was a gathering of old and new friends each invested in ways to […]

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The Widespread Impact of Child Sponsorship »

Since 2007, Back2Back has worked to solidify and expand educational opportunities for the children we serve in Nigeria. Staff explore every possible avenue to fill in the gaps in the children’s academic foundation, offering a spectrum of educational services from tutoring to private school and everything in between.

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Reunited At Last »

God is working in beautifully powerful ways. In May 2013, Aurora, age 12, and Elisa, age 10, came to live at the San Jose Children’s Home. Their mom, Wendi, had been struggling with depression and alcoholism. Wendi recognized she was no longer in a place where she could provide a safe, loving home to her girls so she brought them to San Jose.

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Stories of Hope: Resilient and Thankful in Cancun »

Four years ago, 10-year-old Jeny wakes up, helps her mom, Oti, with her six younger siblings, and heads out the door to wash car windows to earn money for her family.

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