Missionary Family in Guatemala Serving the Orphaned, Vulnerable & Disabled


How We Do It

News, updates, stories and articles about the work we do, those we serve, life in Guatemala, and what it means to be a Christian missionary.

April 1, 2023

Walking in Hard Places

What it's like to walk alongside people from difficult places as we seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus, speaking life, light, and truth to those who so desperately need it.
March 23, 2023

How Mission Teams Can Have An Impact

Want to serve with us in Guatemala? Here are some key ways you can help make an impact.
March 2, 2023

Youth Retreats

The challenges of life and death that many students encounter daily are undeniably real. However, it's remarkable how the Cadañino after-school programs and youth activities have become a source of solace and motivation for students who feel like they're walking through the valley of the shadow of death during very hard times.
February 2, 2023

Serving Together

Discover how Cadaniño, a ministry serving at-risk students and their families in Guatemala, has evolved into a platform for 360-degree service. From afterschool programs and nutritional assistance to hosting volunteer opportunities, learn how this ministry is making a positive impact in its community and inspiring people to serve others in love.
January 8, 2023

How We Improve in Ministry

How we improve at in our ministry. Objective, Planning, Messaging, Control, Review, Improve. All so we can serve vulnerable children and families better.
January 2, 2023

Making Christmas Special

How you made Christmas special for hundreds of vulnerable children and orphans in Guatemala!
December 28, 2022

Radio Christmas Interview

Cadaniño President, Timothy Martiny, was live on Radio Christmas to share about the Cadaniño Community Impact Centers and the work being done in Guatemala to serve hundreds of vulnerable children through after school programs.
December 12, 2022

Selvins Story

Get to know Selvin, a Cadaniño student.
December 11, 2022

A Banjo Player and Orphans

What does a banjo player from the Seattle have to do with a ministry serving vulnerable children in the slums of Guatemala?