Caring for Caregivers »

If you’re a parent or work regularly with children, you may have learned how important it is to take time for yourself to refresh and regroup.

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Overcoming Academic Gaps »

Each child learns differently, laughs differently and has a different life story. Our desire is not simply to provide shelter and food, but to know and help and love each one of them as individuals.

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Celebrating Imperio de Amor’s Success »

Four years ago, the state government of Nuevo Leon launched legislation requiring children’s homes and any institution offering care for minors to complete a licensing and certification process.

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Peace and Harmony »

I love how children tend to see the world with purity, simplicity and wonder. And I love that my job gives me the opportunity to see the world through their eyes so much of the time.

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Praying in Color »

A few months ago, God put a project in my heart for the children I serve in Mexico and now it has finally begun. It started with a dream and culminated into a massive purchase of blank page sketchbooks from Amazon.

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On Goal »

With 29 years experience as a soccer coach, Back2Back staff member, Steve McCollum, is passionate about encouraging children on and off the field.

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Meet the Staff: the Schoolers »

Dr. David and Jayne Schooler began their journey into the world of foster care and adoption in 1978, with a simple question presented by a student in their church.

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Water to a Dry Land »

A few weeks ago, Back2Back Ministries hosted an unprecedented training for local children’s home caregivers and directors at the Back2Back Haiti ministry site.

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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.

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Tucked Away for Safekeeping »

It was a Tuesday morning, like most Tuesday mornings, with breakfast to prepare, uniforms to find, backpacks to organize, buses to board. Tracy, my husband, and I woke up early, so we could meet the children we serve at school.

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