Blog

August 1, 2018

Serving Children In Their Communities

How and why we serve vulnerable children In their communities.
June 1, 2018

2018 Mid-Year Update

2018 Mid-Year Report. Things have grown substantially, not just in the numbers of those we serve, but in depth and scope.
May 4, 2018

Orphan Care – Beyond Orphanages, Serving for a Lifetime

Lessons about orphan care from learned serving the vulnerable in Guatemala.
April 13, 2018

Cadaniño Quarterly Report, March 2018

We are glad to let you know, that the Cadanino ministry in Guatemala, continues to have a profound impact. Read on to find out how we continue to serve over 200 orphaned, vulnerable and disabled children.
April 1, 2018

Orphan Care – Getting To the Root Of The Problem

Orphan Prevention, getting to the root of the problem of orphan care in Guatemala.
March 1, 2018

Orphan Care – Loving When It’s Hard

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.
February 6, 2018

Investing in People

Why we invest in people. Ministry, at its heart, is about people, and having the right people, is enabling our ministry to grow. We moved to a bigger location, and expanded our team.
September 13, 2017
Melissa Corona with the students who graduated from the course.

Taking our computer classes to the next level

Find out how we took students who had no computer skills, and got them to where they can now lear coding.
September 5, 2017
Our Special Educator working with on of our kids

Our goals in caring for the disabled

While you probably know that we serve children and adults with PMLD (profound multiple learning disabilities), we wanted to take a moment to inform you of the intricacies of our work, why there is a need and what our work looks like day in and day out.
July 31, 2017
CEI Cadanino

Why we work with special needs orphans

We live in a broken world. We are surrounded by need on every side. The world of non-profits, NGO’s and charities is bigger than ever. All over the globe children are hungry, orphaned and abused or lacking an education. Everywhere you look there is some noble cause to get involved with. With all this need and potential to work in what some might consider more rewarding ministries. Why then have we chosen to serve those with disabilities?