A Heart for the Widow, by Nate Gangwer, Back2Back Nigeria Summer Intern »

Today marked a more substantial beginning to the activities we will be doing in Nigeria. Anna, Reed, and Emily observed and helped in the OCC (Oasis Community Center) Education classes to help prepare them for the next few weeks of helping teach and tutor a handful of kids from the village. The rest of the […]

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Serving with Back2Back Nigeria, by Aaron Broomall, Mission Trip Guest »

Our time with our new friends in Nigeria seemed to pass by so quickly, yet the effects of what we experienced and learned continue to work through each of us on a daily basis.  We got home about three weeks ago from what most of us would say was the best trip of our lives; […]

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All This Because Someone Gave and Someone Came, by Daniel Asama Ago, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

I am not just posting a blog, but giving you a testimony of my Back2Back (B2B) experience. It has been three years since I first met Jason and Emilee Munafo, the Directors of B2B Nigeria.  I was already working two jobs here in Jos, trying to make a living.  My field is Information Technology (IT).  […]

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You are Welcome!, by Theresa Reed, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

As Will and I arrived to Nigeria last Friday (September 17th) we were full of emotions. Emotions that ranged from excited to terrified; overwhelmed to secure. All the things you would expect to be feeling after leaving everything you have known to move to such a different place. One thing that we knew would take […]

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A Little Help, by Corrie Guckenberger, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

I have to say that yesterday was a big highlight for me, ministry-wise. I just experienced story after story of good things happening in OLA, one of the children’s homes that Back2Back Nigeria partners with. Let me share a few moments with you: 1) The picture below is of Big Mama. She is one of the […]

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World Cup Outreach in Nigeria, by Corrie Guckenberger, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

This past Friday, the first World Cup game of the year was played on South African soil. As a ministry we used this event to kick-off our new “Oasis Community Center”. It was our grand opening of a Center that will host the viewing of futbol games and other media events. It is a joint […]

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The Reeds’ Journey to Nigeria »

In the spring of 2009, Will and Theresa began to ask God what He had in store for them when Theresa graduated college in 2010. As they prayed, they were continually led to Back2Back, the same ministry they were serving with in Mexico when they met for the first time. After conversations with staff and […]

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Provision through Donations, by Corrie Guckenberger, Back2Back Nigeria »

As many of you know there was a large crisis that happened here in Jos in January and then again in March. In the wake of those two specific crisis, there is a hole of need for those who have been left behind. Many, many children have been left with no earthly possessions, no clothing, […]

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World Malaria Day »

Nearly one million people die from malaria each year, mostly children younger than five years old. When insecticide-treated nets are used properly by three-quarters of the people in a community, malaria transmission is cut by 50%. It is estimated that less than 5% of children in sub-Saharan Africa currently sleep under any type of insecticide-treated […]

A Fishing We Will Go, by Corrie Guckenberger, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

Welcome to the beginning stages of the fish farms that are being brought to life at one of the children’s homes we work with here in Jos, Nigeria. OLA (Our Ladies of Apostles) has started some fish farms and they are also working on some chicken farms to help them create food and funds for […]

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