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The Camino Blog

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September 1, 2017
#WhyBible Campaign
During the month of September, Camino is partnering with Wycliffe Bible Translators to declare that the Bible is relevant, vital and powerful to transforms lives and hearts... Read More
Story Type: News    
August 28, 2017
Relief for South Texas - Hurricane Harvey
Camino is directly involved in helping with relief in the aftermath of this tragedy. Your gift to the Emergency Relief Fund will help the mission respond with God's... Read More
Location: Hispanic USA   |   Story Type: News, Press Release    
May 22, 2017
Impact through Innovation - Global Training and Resourcing
One of Camino’s newest ministry efforts is an emphasis on Global Training and Resourcing. Read More
Story Type: Story    
February 5, 2017
Without Precedent
"Without precedent in modern times: Why the world’s vortex of crisis will keep swirling in 2017." Read More
Story Type: Story    
October 19, 2016
Hurricane Matthew - Crisis in Cuba
Summary: The category 4 storm moved slowly but fiercely over eastern Cuba on Tuesday October 4th with sustained winds of 230 kph and gusts over 300 kph. In the... Read More
Location: Cuba   |   Story Type: News    
April 21, 2016
Ecuador Earthquake, An Urgent Need
On Saturday, April 16, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador with devastating consequences. Thousands are injured and displaced, and the death toll is well over 500.... Read More
Location: Ecuador   |   Story Type: News    
January 30, 2016
Home Office 50th Anniversary
Republished from the the March 1966 issue of "The Central American Bulletin", Issue #388: It could have been muddier and colder for Dallas on January 30 . . . but not... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: History, Story    
November 24, 2015
At Risk Children in Leticia, Colombia
It is very encouraging to see people catch a glimpse of what God is doing in the world, understand how God wants them involved and then to see them take steps of obedience... Read More
Location: Colombia   |   Story Type: Story    
October 12, 2015
Report on the October 2015 Mudslide in Guatemala
During the night of Thursday, October 1, the side of a mountain gave way and fell on a residential area near Guatemala City. The community, called El Cambray 2, belongs to the... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: News    
August 20, 2015
"Bodas de Diamante" - Remembering Camino's Diamond Anniversary
Remembering the 1966 anniversary celebration of the 75 years of ministry of the Central American Mission. Read More
Location: Costa Rica   |   Story Type: History    
July 2, 2015
125th Anniversary Celebration
Join us for a special time of reflection on God's work through this mission over the past century and a quarter, as well as a glimpse into the vision that is driving the... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: News    
March 31, 2015
Opposition in 1973 Spain
The theatre was packed. We were probably crazy to even think that a week of evangelistic meetings could be held in Juan Bravo Theatre on the main plaza of Segovia, Spain.... Read More
Location: Spain   |   Story Type: Story    
February 25, 2015
Give125
This year is a very special one for Camino, as we celebrate 125 years of eternal impact in the world. God has given Camino Global a legacy that inspires us to... Read More
Story Type: Story    
February 22, 2015
Camino Global in Canada Announces New National Director
Following much prayer and an extended search, the Canadian Board of Directors of Camino Global announces the appointment of (Gordon) Keith Elliott as National Director,... Read More
Location: Canada   |   Story Type: News    
January 15, 2015
Celebrating 125 Years throughout 2015
Camino Global is 125 years old this year. We will be celebrating all year long: Visit the Archives Section of this website   to see a 3D timeline history, archived... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: News    
January 13, 2015
God Does All Things Well
Upon returning to Guatemala in 1963 to begin our second term of service, we desired to live in San Pablo, San Marcos because it was a town without an evangelical church as San... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: History, Story    
January 13, 2015
My Visit to Talamanca and the Indians
Originally published in The Central American Bulletin, 1892. A report following an exploratory trip, to see what it would look like for the mission to send workers into that... Read More
Location: Costa Rica   |   Story Type: History, Story    
January 13, 2015
The First Year (from 1892)
Dallas, TX, Nov. 14, 1891.  The Central American Mission closed its first year of existence on the 14th of November. It was organized in the simplest manner consistent... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: History    
December 15, 2014
Chalo's 1922 Model T Ford
One of our team members, Chalo, lives in the city of Puebla, the fourth largest city in Mexico. He owns two antique cars, one of which is a 1922 Model T Ford. Chalo and his... Read More
Location: Mexico   |   Story Type: Story    
September 25, 2014
Ten Years in the Rearview Mirror
Ten years later, El Salvador still tugs at their hearts! The Discover Program, a joint ministry between Prairie Bible College and Camino Global (then CAM International),... Read More
Story Type: Story    
July 24, 2014
Grand Opening of the International Office of Global Ministries
Camino Global took an historic step forward in globalization on Tuesday, July 21. In Guatemala City, friends of Camino and Camino missionaries gathered for the official grand... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: News    
July 18, 2014
Children in Crisis at the Border: How Should We Respond?
The complex challenges associated with immigration are nothing new to the United States, but the current situation at the border is far beyond an immigration challenge. The... Read More
Story Type: Story    
June 20, 2014
Growing Partnerships in Mobilizing Latin-Americans
On June 11-14, the 9 th  General Assembly of FAM International took place in Placencia, Belize. Leaders from Guatemala, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras,... Read More
Location: Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, United States   |   Story Type: Story    
June 13, 2014
5 Reasons to Experience Foreign Missions in your Twenties
It’s a cool, crisp morning here in Dallas, TX, and for some reason my brain keeps sliding back to that cool, crisp morning I experienced almost 15 years ago serving on a... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: Story    
June 4, 2014
Hands and Feet
This week, I literally saw the hands and feet of Jesus. I doubt. I would have been Doubting Thomas back in Bible days. But Sarah! You are a missionary! How can you... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: Story    
May 23, 2014
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... Read More
Location: Costa Rica   |   Story Type: History    
November 11, 2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan: Relief for the Philippines
On Friday, November 8,  one of the strongest storms ever  to make landfall on earth devastated lives in the Philippines. As many as 10,000 lives are feared... Read More
Location: Philippines   |   Story Type: News    
October 25, 2013
Evangelizing WITH New Americans
According to the Pew Research Center, “Christians remain by far the largest religious group among legal U.S. immigrants, though their estimated share has decreased from... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: Story    
October 22, 2013
God-ordained encounters
One summer day in 2012, Francisco dropped by our church in Pachuca, Mexico. It was a weekday, and we were holding English classes for the community. Curious, Francisco had just... Read More
Location: Mexico   |   Story Type: Story    
October 10, 2013
Worth the Wait
Some things are worth the wait, and I had anticipated this moment for almost seven years. Today I smelled the coffee blossoms. Coffee blossoms only have their fragrance for a... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: Story    
August 17, 2013
Learning Boldness in Mexico
I am eternally thankful for the incredible eight week opportunity I had in Mexico to learn about and experience Mexican culture, serve and love alongside the church, and meet... Read More
Location: Mexico   |   Story Type: Story    
August 15, 2013
Waiting for the Harvest
As we drive past miles and miles of olive trees on every side, I ask my friends from Baeza about the harvest. Workers travel from all over Spain and parts of North Africa to... Read More
Location: Spain   |   Story Type: Story    
July 9, 2013
Intensifying the Light
As conflict and chaos continue to spread through the Middle East, it is clear that the people—particularly young adults—are exasperated with the hopeless realities... Read More
Location: Spain   |   Story Type: Story    
June 14, 2013
Vision for the Unreached
I remember meeting David Puerto, a 26-year-old Honduran, when he first arrived four years ago to study at Rio Grande Bible College. His name sounded familiar to me. He assured... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: Story    
April 4, 2013
A New Journey
Two days before our return to Texas, Denise was on the Eberline’s balcony looking at the people passing by, praying for God to give them His hope. Denise strongly sensed... Read More
Location: Uruguay   |   Story Type: Story    
March 5, 2013
CAM International of Canada becomes Camino Global
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This ancient Chinese proverb was true in 1890 when Dr. C.I. Scofield prayed over Acts 1:8 in the United States and... Read More
Location: Canada   |   Story Type: News    
February 27, 2013
Scandalous Grace, Part 3: Alex's Story
Alex was a runner. When both parents walked out, he and his 8 brothers and sisters were forced to fend for themselves. He was the first one to try to make it to America, so he... Read More
Location: Honduras, United States   |   Story Type: Story    
February 27, 2013
Scandalous Grace, Part 2: Rudy's Story
Rudy was a popular guy. He frequented dance clubs during his younger (and thinner) days and won people over with his breakdancing. But as it turned out, all the friends and... Read More
Story Type: Story    
February 27, 2013
Scandalous Grace: Three Stories
Theodore was kicked out of his mother's house when he was 16. No money, no job, no friends, and no hope led him to join Honduran Air Force. For three years, the army not only... Read More
Location: Honduras   |   Story Type: Story    
January 31, 2013
Report from Urbana12
Santo, santo, santo! Saint oui, Saint oui, Saint oui!! Holy, Holy, Holy! Sung by 16,000 students from all over the globe, these words filled the auditorium in downtown St.... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: Story    
November 27, 2012
Avoiding Homogeneous Blobs
As a new missionary preparing to go to the field, you live a life of transition. You have one foot in everything you know and one foot out the door. This is where my family... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: Story    
October 30, 2012
Aid for Cuba after Hurricane Sandy
While many look to the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in North America on Monday night, there are still thousands left struggling to survive in Cuba, where the storm ravaged... Read More
Location: Cuba   |   Story Type: News    
October 17, 2012
A Clean Car and An Open Door
Maximo showed up one day to shine our shoes. He’s little, like most Mayan kids, and so we didn’t know how old he was. He shined our shoes and we paid him too much.... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: Story    
September 14, 2012
Camino's New President
On Thursday, July 19, 2012, at Convocation 2012, Mr. Douglas Livingston was installed as the tenth president of the mission. Read More
Story Type: News    
July 25, 2012
Meeting in the Mountains
This past week assembled our missionary body in summit. There, in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the Camino family gathered for the first time since 2001 — to... Read More
Location: United States   |   Story Type: Story    
July 10, 2012
Camino to Galvez
Today I walked to Barranca de Galvez. You can Google it but you won’t find much. I began working with pastors and lay leaders in the Pastoral Ministries department of the... Read More
Location: Guatemala   |   Story Type: History    
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