Night of Culture »

Recently, Back2Back Cancun hosted a cultural event for the children of Bonfil, an under-resourced community we serve. The children enjoyed an evening spent learning about Italy, eating Italian food, and looking paintings and sculptures by Michelangelo.

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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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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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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.

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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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Meet the Staff: Jenn Holden »

Back2Back staff serve the orphan child worldwide in varied positions. This month, we chat with co-captain of Casa Hogar del Norte in Monterrey Mexico, Jenn Holden.

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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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Orphan Sunday: Remembering the Orphan »

On Orphan Sunday, November 2, 2014, we have the chance to celebrate all the ways God is reaching his children! Circumstances of relational brokenness, financial poverty, natural disasters and widespread illnesses have brought them to this point, but God doesn’t leave them there.

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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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