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Gustavo Soto speaks with young adults in Nicaragua on the importance of missions.Gustavo Soto speaks with young adults in Nicaragua on the importance of missions.

That We May Be One

1983. Costa Rican Bible Institute. A Camino missionary challenged his students about sending missionaries from Latin America to the ends of the world, just like they were doing from the United States. Everybody was listening quietly, except one student who refuted him with a strong argument, Its easy for you to say that because you (Americans) have dollars but we (Latinos) dont. The student was proud and convinced about his point.

That student was me.

Less than a year later, God changed my understanding about missions. In 1984, as a seminary student in Guatemala, I attended Misin 84, a missions conference hosted by Nazaret Church in El Salvador, a Camino-related church. That conference changed my life and refocused my ministry. I understood that sending wasnt only for them but also for us.


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    • Invitación a Filipinas

      Dios está abriendo la puerta para que latinos vayamos a las Filipinas para compartir la palabra de vida en Jesucristo. ¡Tú puedes hacer algo!

      Cast: Camino Global

      Tags: Filipinas, misión, FAM Internacional and Camino Global

    • Super Typhoon Haiyan: Philippines Relief

      OFFER AID NOW: caminoglobal.org/relief

      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.

      Cast: Camino Global

      Tags: the Philippines, typhoon haiyan, yolanda, crisis relief, relief, aid and disaster relief

    • MKonnections 2013 Camp Highlights

      Camino Global MKs (missionary kids) spent 5 days together at MKonnections; Brookhaven Christian Retreat (brookhavenretreat.org/) in Hawkins, TX.

      Cast: Camino Global, The Music Bed and Nathan O'Day


    • Camino Global - Filmed in Spain

      The increasingly global impact of ministry among Spanish speakers began as a regional focus in Central America more than a century ago.

      Cast: Camino Global and David Fisher


    • Faces of the Journey

      The ministry journey of Camino Global is diverse, with many faces and opportunities for outreach.

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde


    • Transforming Communities

      With a population of about 420,000, Ixtapaluca, situated on the outskirts of Mexico City, is a densely packed community in need of transformation.

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde


    • Becoming Camino - The Legacy

      On May 21, 2012, CAM International became Camino Global. Camino was originally founded in 1890 as The Central American Mission. The phrase "formerly CAM International" does not mean we are turning our backs on our rich heritage, but that we are turning the page to a new chapter in a compelling story with an enduring legacy.

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde


    • Becoming Camino - Why Change?

      On May 21st, 2012, CAM International became Camino Global. Camino was founded in 1890 as the Central American Mission. How and Why would a 122-year-old mission organization change its name?

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde


    • Becoming Camino - The Brand

      On May 21, 2012, CAM International became Camino Global. "Becoming Camino - The Brand" looks at some of the visual elements that give life to the look and feel of the new identity, such as the Camino logo design and color.

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde


    • Transformed Lives - Ana's Story

      Ana is a widow and mother in Honduras who had no hope until she accepted Christ's gift of hope and transformation. The outreach of Hope Coffee is impacting lives like Ana and many others in Honduras.

      "Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress." - James 1:27

      hopecoffee.org | caminoglobal.org

      Cast: Camino Global and Nicole Hyde

      Tags: Honduras

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