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February 5, 2017
"Without precedent in modern times: Why the world’s vortex of crisis will keep swirling in 2017."
The title caught my attention, so I read the article by Brian Stewart. He makes the following assessment of conditions in the world:
“Last year was one wild, unpredictable and unforgettable ride, but 2017 could well be as frighteningly full of shocks, with everything from global trade wars to a new nuclear arms race potentially on the horizon. …the sheer number and complexities of the difficult issues are without precedent in modern times.” (www.cbc.ca/news, January 3, 2017)
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.