Today, Back2Back provides care for today and hope for tomorrow to abandoned, orphaned and impoverished children in Mexico, Nigeria, India and Haiti. The care for today is accomplished in part through you, our ministry teams and partners, who visit year round and help provide basic necessities. Our staff stand back to back with the directors and national staff that serve daily in the children’s homes. We come alongside with physical, financial and human resources, encouragement, prayer, and training. We model Paul’s teaching “that we are delighted to share not only the gospel, but our lives as well.”
We are invitational as a ministry and want to extend that to you. Come and spend time within our communities. See how we are engaged in community development and education in Africa’s most populated country. Spend time with us in India, where there are more than 33 million orphan children without family. Be a part of the tremendous movement in Cancun to get orphans off the streets. See the widespread impact of our orphan care ministry in Monterrey, Mexico. Join a trip to one of our locations, providing strategic aid in developing nations.
The need is great all over the world, but we can all commit to following the footsteps of the Father. He, who has written dozens of promises to orphans, to come to them and not leave, to lift them up and build them a home, to maintain their cause and execute true justice, to be their Father, is imploring His people to fulfill those promises. Back2Back’s work is founded in this Biblical call to care for orphans. In numerous scriptural passages, the message is clear and consistent. Christians are called to defend and care for the orphan: Isaiah 1:17 Learn to do good; Seek justice, Reprove the ruthless, Defend the orphan, Plead for the widow.
And so we count it a privilege to join the Father in this work. We serve a redemptive God, and He is teaching us there is no story too dark for Him to enter into. There is no child so lost, He can’t see them. There is no obstacle in our way that He can’t remove. It’s a message of undeniable hope and it’s not just our responsibility, it’s our privilege to share it. Come and join us!