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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can be a missionary with Camino?

Who can be a missionary with Camino?

Anyone who has a growing relationship with Christ and a clear call to missionary service may apply to be a missionary with Camino Global. Applicants must agree with Camino's Statement of Faith and must be at least 18 years old. Some ministry opportunities have additional academic and skill set requirements. 12 or 30 credit hours of college Bible courses, or equivalent, are required for most ministry positions. An application and references are required before extending an invitation to the Candidate Assessment & Orientation (CA&O) event, typically offered two to three times per year. Camino missionaries must raise their own financial support before departing for their field of service, and receive personalized coaching in the pre-field journey.

The journey starts here.

What do Camino missionaries do?

What do Camino missionaries do?

Missionaries with Camino Global serve in a wide variety of ministries, and bring a diverse range of skill sets to their work. Some are evangelists or Seminary professors. Others are missional business entrepreneurs. Still others focus compassionately on the needs of widows and orphans. Yet all of them are aiming for the same basic outcome, which is to make reproducing disciples of Jesus Christ among and with Spanish speakers globally.

See more details about how this is accomplished in How we Work.

What is Camino's relationship with the local church?

What is Camino's relationship with the local church?

Camino's vision begins with the phrase "Serving the Church..." The "C" in Church is capitalized for a very key and intentional reason. Camino serves the global Church. The starting point of every ministry and strategic initiative is this framework of service to the body of Christ.

But Camino also serves and comes alongside local churches in collaboration to achieve the outcome of biblically-maturing and reproducing disciples of Jesus among and with Spanish-speakers. Prospective Camino missionaries should come with the approval and support of their local church, and are expected to work collaboratively with local churches in their field of service.

Why Did CAM change its name to Camino?

Why Did CAM change its name to Camino?

CAM International became Camino Global in 2012. See this page for full details about the rebranding project and rationale for the change.

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Did you know?
In Spanish, "Camino" means "journey, way or path."
Journey with spanish speakers. Transform the world.