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.
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.
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.
Learning can be fun. At Cadaniño we give students a space where they feel safe, secure, and loved. We create an environment that empowers students to discover their God-given gifts and abilities and use them to their greatest potential in a way that glorifies God.
Vulnerable children can truly relate to the story of Joseph. Loss, pain, suffering, betrayal, and hardship are all things they face in their lives. Seeing how God used everything he went through, to bring good, not just in his life, but in everyone around him, is vital for them to learn.
Understanding why we are here, not just to teach and train kids today, but to guide them to a relationship with their Heavenly Father for eternity, is vital when working in difficult places where life can be cut short tomorrow.
Anyone can love when it’s easy; but, it’s how we respond when things are hard, that truly demonstrates the heart of God. Serving orphans and vulnerable children in Guatemala, we have had to figure out how to do this right.
Orphan Care – Beyond Orphanages, serving for a lifetime. Lessons about orphan care from a missionary in Guatemala. When does our ministry end? When do we check someone we have been serving off our list and consider them “mission accomplished”? All too often in many orphanages and children’s homes, the moment they walk out the door they are forgotten.