Talk about Hard Things »

I live and work in hard stories. As someone who has been immersed in the orphancare movement for almost 20 years, I am thrilled when a student catches a vision for how God can use him or her in those hard places.

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Hearts with Love »

Recently, one of the older girls who lives at Rancho de los Ninos Children’s Home realized that a very special friend was visiting her again.

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Meet Leo »

Leo Hernandez, a student in Back2Back’s Hope Education Program in Monterrey, Mexico, has experienced God working in his life in a very real and personal way over the past year.

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A Celebration of their Own »

Quinceneras are an important Mexican tradition for young girls in Latin America. This celebration is a significant rite of passage – a day of huge festivities with family and friends marking a girl’s 15th birthday.

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Meet Shirley »

Shirley, a Hope Education Program student, was one of the girls who had lived in our Hope Program home when Kelly and I were house parents in Monterrey, Mexico.

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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.

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Building an Academic Foundation »

In developing nations, education is critical to success. Education is especially vital for orphans who often fall behind academically due to the absence of familial support.

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God’s Story in Haiti »

I can’t get enough of Haiti. Every chance I get, I hop on a plane to visit the people I care about there. It’s not the cause, or the statistics that make me pack a suitcase – it’s the faces. Each one has a story asking to be heard.

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Eat So You Can Grow »

Ana’s sweet smile and big personality commands the attention of a room and captures the hearts of those who meet her.

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2013 in Review »

Great strides were made in 2013 toward depth and follow through. Below are some highlights toward a genuine and consistent effort to meet each child’s needs.

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