A multinational team from the U.S. and Central America is mobilizing to the Philippines in order to serve alongside the Filipino church to reach people who have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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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.
Founded in 1890 as the Central American Mission, C.I. Scofield had a vision to reach neighboring nations with the gospel. Since then, this movement has grown to impact Spanish speakers globally.
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Camino offices in Canada and the USA are mobilizing together to respond to this crisis.
April 21, 2016
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. The magnitude and scope of this earthquake make it Ecuador's worst disaster in 60 years. The need is urgent.
In cooperation with our partner, the Evangelical Missionary Church of Ecuador, Camino Global is responding by helping to provide for those who have suffered the loss of loved ones, houses and belongings. There will be some significant long term needs to be addressed, but right now the needs could not be more tangible. They are asking for our help.
Serving the church, Camino Global will journey with Spanish speakers everywhere to transform communities, equip believers, and reach the world.
William and Minnie McConnel arrived in Costa Rica in 1891. By the turn of the twentieth century, the work of the Central American Mission had expanded to include Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua.
Founded in 1890, the Central American Mission was known as CAM International for 37 years, from 1975 to 2012. CAM became Camino Global in 2012. Today the scope of outreach is truly global. Camino Global exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ, serving among and with Spanish speakers globally.
Discover the story of Dr. C.I. Scofield and his burden for Central America that led to the founding of the Central American Mission. On November 14, 2015 Camino Global celebrates 125 years of eternal impact.
Camino President Douglas Livingston shares about the 125th Anniversary Celebration and new initiatives for 2015.
The story of Scripture translation for the indigenous people of Barillas, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Originally filmed in 1965. Transferred from 16mm film reel.
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.
April 24, 2016 at 7:42 PM
Congratulations to Camino missionary Oscar A. Campos, the new Rector of SETECA, the Central American Theological Seminary. Felicidades a Oscar A. Campos, misionero con Camino Global y nuevo Rector de SETECA, el Seminario Teológico Centroamericano.
April 16, 2016 at 9:01 AM
Life is precarious, and life is precious. Don’t presume you will have it tomorrow, and don’t waste it today. - John Piper
March 31, 2016 at 9:55 AM
We are on the Criswell College campus this week for Great Commission Days! Come see us
March 28, 2016 at 9:38 AM
March 17, 2016 at 10:55 AM
Stop by our table at the DTS World Evangelism Week
March 08, 2016 at 3:35 PM
Celebrando el 125 Aniversario de la Primera Iglesia Evangélica Centroamericana, fundada en febrero de 1891 por William y Minnie McConnell, los primeros misioneros de la Misión Centroamericana (ahora Camino Global). Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the First Central American Evangelical Church, founded in February 1891 by William and Minnie McConnell, the first missionaries of the Central American Mission (now Camino Global).
February 26, 2016 at 5:34 PM
Dr. Charles Caldwell Ryrie passed away on Tuesday, only weeks before his 91st birthday. He was a man of God who left an incredible mark in so many spheres of his long ministry, not the least of which was his life work in the area of systematic theology, and his legacy of leadership in our own mission. Among the many key ministries he was involved in throughout his lifetime, Dr. Ryrie also served as a board member of Camino Global for 23 years. He served 16 of those years as the board's Chair, from January 1969 to November 1984. When Dr. Ryrie began his board service in January 1962, the role of Board Chair was called President, the Board of Directors was called the Executive Council, and of course the mission itself, at that time, was the Central American Mission.
February 18, 2016 at 7:21 PM