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.
BlogBe inspired by stories of reckless faith from around the world. These stories encourage us to keep going, to never give up, until every child is known and loved.
Ronaldo is a kind and generous friend, a respected leader among his peers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He is thoughtful and curious for what God has next for him.
Imperio de Amor Children’s Home has been adopted by a local church in Monterrey, Familia Cristiana Principe de Paz. This involvement is hugely important as we continue to provide greater depth of care for each orphan we serve.
If you’ve ever served alongside your children, then you’ve witnessed the enthusiasm that children feel when they know they’re helping others.
With each visiting missions team over the summer we had the privledge of partnered with Pastor Victor in his ministry out in Tres Reyes. The name of Vicotor’s church is “La Hermosa”, which means Beautiful – and for us it has been the beginning of a beautiful friendship with the pastor, with his church, and… Read more
We invite you to partner with us by joining us in prayer for our ministry. Find a list of current prayer needs by ministry location below. CANCUN, MEXICO -God’s grace and great things to happen here for our first summer of ministry ever! -For revival in the city of Cancun. -For changed hearts in us,… Read more
We invite you to partner with us by joining us in prayer for our ministry. Find a list of current prayer needs by country below. India: – Pray for the Lord to bring us more Godly staff to serve in India. – Pray for the continued growth and development of the ministry in India Monterrey:… Read more
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;… Read more
Our family has been involved with Back2Back for many years. In 2000, our oldest child went on a school mission trip with Back2Back. We were all able to go as a family in 2008. As I served at the various children’s homes, I noticed that the children had little or no access to books. Trained… Read more