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What’s the secret? What’s the key to his success? I wish I could say that it his great tutor or all the extra hours of academic work we’ve put in together. But, neither of those are true. Despite my college degree, it’s not the hours of academic prep we’ve logged, it’s the investment in his heart.

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Changes for Child Sponsorship »

Over the last few years, Back2Back has seen tremendous growth in our Child Sponsorship Program. We are thrilled to be able to connect you with the children you love, and thank God that He lets us witness the impact it has on their lives.

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The Privilege of an Education, by Matt & Julie Cooper »

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 […]

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Partner with us through Prayer »

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: […]

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Give a Life-Changing Gift to an Orphan in Need »

This Christmas, give a life-changing gift to an orphan in need.  Choose from dozens of items in our gift catalog to help the children that Back2Back serves in Mexico, Nigeria and India!  Your gift will make a lasting impact in the life of a child this Christmas.  This is a great way for individuals, families […]

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Infrastructure and Ministry, by John Guckenberger, Back2Back Nigeria Staff »

In mission work, all the things that have to be done in order to actually minister or care for someone can be overwhelming.  Within Back2Back, we often talk of our personal bullseye, or our unique focus within the ministry.  Obviously Back2Back’s bullseye is to impact and care for the orphan, but that does not mean […]

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