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Ministry Fields

Albania
After the devastation of communism, which fell in Albania in 1991, the training of leaders is a great conern for the church in this small Eastern European nation. Read More
Canada
At least 100,000 Spanish-speakers reside in both the Toronto and Montreal areas. The harvest is ripe. Read More
Colombia
Despite Colombia's history of crime and lawlessness, the church continues to grow, and opportunities for ministry are tremendous in the 21st century. Read More
Costa Rica
Camino Global's first field was established here in 1891. Today, Costa Rica is a leader in sending Latin American missionaries to the world. Read More
El Salvador
In a country torn apart by wars and political unrest for more than 75 years, more than 150 Camino related churches have been planted throughout this tumultuous time. Read More
Guatemala
After more than 110 years, with more than 100,000 believers, there is still much to be done. Nonetheless, this small country, which is still recovering from decades of civil... Read More
Hispanic USA
One out of every eight persons in the U.S. is Hispanic, and the Hispanic population is growing eight times faster than the general population. God is bringing the mission field... Read More
Honduras
After more than a century of work in Honduras, this country was devastated by Hurricane Mitch in 1998. However, through the tragedy, and in the years that followed, God used... Read More
Mexico
Three-quarters of the population live within a 300 mile radius of Mexico City. In the country’s urban center, as few as thee percent know Christ as Savior. Read More
Nicaragua
Over the past 100 years of ministry work in Nicaragua, more than 100 Camino-related churches have been planted. Read More
Panama
Camino Global has worked in Panama since 1944, planting 28 churches. Read More
Spain
More than one million unreached Muslims reside in southern Spain. Almost 13 million Spaniards live in towns, villages and districts where not a single evangelical church exists. Read More
Uruguay
The least-evangelized country in Latin America, planting new churches and training well-grounded leaders is a tremendous need today. Read More
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