The privilege of going to school seems like a given, especially to attend kindergarten. But what if you can’t afford to send your child to kindergarten? For the kindergarten age children who live at Casa Hogar San Jose, they have to pay $10 USD a week to attend school. It doesn’t sound like much, but… Read more
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.
A friend of ours who is an American working in Hyderabad went with us to visit the children at Eternal Joy Home. As you may recall, these children received the blessing of scholarships to a private English Medium primary school this year. Most schools in India, whether government-run or private, require the children to wear… Read more
School is starting up again for the children in the homes we serve here in Monterrey. With the start of school, comes back to school shopping and new school supply lists. For a director of a children’s home, this can be a difficult time financially. Not only are they trying to make ends meet as… Read more
I spent some time today talking with the Back2Back directors of our ministry in India. I was encouraged to hear how they are making a significant impact in a small orphanage of about twenty-two children. The orphanage can cover the cost of rent, food and the basic needs of all twenty-two orphans for a mere… Read more
My first week interning with Back2Back India has opened my eyes. There is no way I could have been fully prepared for my initial visit to this hostel (children’s home) in rural India. I was a little nervous when we pulled up, but was instantly comforted by familiar verses painted on the walls in English… Read more