2015 marks 125 years for Camino Global. Explore the rich history that has shaped the mission over the years — from historical photos and videos to archived publications.
God has given Camino Global a unique opportunity to partner with a like-minded mission organization, Christar by relocating the Dallas home office. President Douglas Livingston casts vision for how this accelerates global mission.
Plan for an internship this summer that will change your life as you live out the gospel and serve others.
The Philippines has been a growing new field for Camino since 2012. Now, in partnership with FAM International, Camino is growing a team and breaking new ground. Partner with us to fuel evangelism in a densely non-Christian part of this nation.
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In October 2015, you can tour with Camino from Madrid to Seville to hear the story
December 4, 2014
In 2015, Camino President Douglas Livingston and European Mobilization Director Chris Matthews will take a group on a historical tour to discover the untold story of the Spanish Reformation in the 16th century. Beginning in Madrid and winding its way to Seville, the tour will explore historically significant locations while intersecting with Camino missionaries in Spain.
You can enjoy authentic Spanish dining, cultural tours, and a taste of Camino's ministry in Spain, and the fascinating history of the Protestant Reformation in Spain.
In this video, Camino President Douglas Livingston, along with leaders from Christar, share how a partnership will accelerate the global missions movement as Latin-American workers reach the unreached in places where Christar currently serves. The potential for growth and impact of this relocation and partnership is tremendous.
Dios está abriendo la puerta para que latinos vayamos a las Filipinas para compartir la palabra de vida en Jesucristo. ¡Tú puedes hacer algo!
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On Friday, November 8, 2013, one of the strongest storms ever to make landfall on earth devastated lives in the Philippines. For the past several years, Camino Global has taken active steps toward launching a long-term ministry team in the Philippines. The work of preparation we have done over the past two years has produced several strong ministry partners who are in a position to offer immediate help to those who are hurting right now.
As a Camino ministry partner, consider two ways to give and be a blessing to the people of the Philippines, both today and a year or so from today.
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Camino Global MKs (missionary kids) spent 5 days together at MKonnections; Brookhaven Christian Retreat (brookhavenretreat.org/) in Hawkins, TX.
The increasingly global impact of ministry among Spanish speakers began as a regional focus in Central America more than a century ago.
Camino 125th Anniversary website launched this week. Visit to see a 3D timeline of Camino history, archived magazines dating to the 19th century, film reels from the 1950's converted to digital video, and much more. http://camino125.org/ #Camino125
January 16, 2015 at 12:43 PM
Recordando a nuestro querido Dr. Emilio Antonio Núñez, 1923-2015.
Remembering our beloved Dr. Emilio Antonio Núñez, 1923-2015.
1973 | SETECA | Central American Theological Seminary #Camino125
January 15, 2015 at 5:23 PM
January 15, 2015 at 9:48 AM
Bill Millet was key in serving with Camino in the early days of Ediciones Las Americas, a hub in Puebla, Mexico for printing Christian literature in Spanish. #Camino125
January 14, 2015 at 11:48 AM
When all the doors seem closed, God can surprise you with his perfect wisdom. http://www.caminoglobal.org/explore/stories/god-does-all-things-well/ #Camino125
January 13, 2015 at 5:09 PM
Missionaries who faithfully served in El Salvador in the early 20th century.#Camino125
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January 12, 2015 at 10:47 AM
The dream of reaching Central America with the gospel began in the 1880's in San José, Costa Rica, with Mrs. Robert Ross and Mrs. Robert Lang, Canadian wives of coffee plantation owners. These women were burdened for the thousands of Spanish-speaking people around them who were living in spiritual darkness. They were moved to pray that God would send laborers into the harvest field in Costa Rica. #Camino125
January 10, 2015 at 9:42 AM
Camino Candidate class 1964. Keep tagging! #Camino125 (And don't forget to like Camino's FB page, so you can get more pictures like this throughout 2015.)
January 09, 2015 at 10:25 AM