A Heart for Guatemala


In 2012, three Timberline families answered the call of God on their lives and moved to Guatemala City. Now that they’ve settled in, their ministries have taken on flavors as unique as they are.

Sean and Tiffany Cherry and their three children worked with Mimi’s House to launch the first Family Style Baby Home for abandoned babies. In addition to hosting visiting mission teams at the Mimi’s House Guest House, their main ministry focus now is to support a local church pastor, Pastor Araceli, in the work that God has called her to do, specifically at the Jesucristo Es Mi Casa orphanage, the Jesucristo Es Mi Pan De Vida feeding center, and the Jesucristo Es Mi Refugio elderly home. (Visit their blog.)

George and Vonda Sisneros and their three children are in Guatemala under the organization Commission To Every Nation. While Vonda teaches at a school for English-speaking families, George is prayerfully discovering exactly where God wants them to serve. Many of their recent excursions involve a small outlying village, El Rosario, and the possibility of investing their lives in a specific community. (Visit them at http://godcalledus.com/)

Justin and Diane Herman, along with their daughter Izzy, are working with Catalyst Resources in Guatemala City while their son, Slate, has returned to Colorado to prepare for college. Justin works with the various teams that come to Guatemala through Catalyst while Diane is working with an orphanage called God Bless the Children.

Then, in January 2013, Hannah Mullaney left Fort Collins behind and journeyed to Guatemala City as the newest Timberline Ambassador. She is staying with the Hermans and will spend six months working with all three families in their different areas of ministry. (Visit her blog.)

God is sharing His heart for the people of Guatemala through the many willing hands and hearts of His people working together to be a blessing.

One response to “A Heart for Guatemala

  1. Thanks for telling this story about these special families serving in Guatemala.

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