Stories of God's faithful work among Spanish speakers for 125 years. Many of these stories are republished original articles from over a century of magazine archives.
Home Office 50th Anniversary
30 January, 2016
Camino's east Dallas home office campus was dedicated on January 30, 1966.
"Bodas de Diamante" - Remembering Camino's Diamond Anniversary
05 January, 1966
Diamond Anniversary, 50 years later More
125th Anniversary Celebration
14 November, 2015
On November 14, 2015, there will be two opportunities to commemorate Camino Global's 125th anni...
Opposition in 1973 Spain
01 July, 1973
"There was a slight lull and to this day I don’t know what prompted me. I found myself speaking up, 'I should identify myself. It is obvious that I am not from Segovia.' "
God Does All Things Well
03 December, 1964
LaVeta Sparks, long-time Camino missionary with her husband Bill, shares how God opened doors for the gospel in Guatemala in the early 1960's.
My Visit to Talamanca and the Indians
14 April, 1892
William McConnell, Camino's first missionary, relates the spiritual condition he found upon his visit to a tribe of indigenous people in Costa Rica in 1891. Originally published 1892.
The First Year (from 1892)
14 April, 1892
Pulled from Camino's archives, this is the first published report to the mission's friends and supporters in 1892.
Chalo's 1922 Model T Ford
15 December, 2014
Jim Cottrill, Camino Global missionary in Mexico City, shares another Camino missionary's unique idea for evangelism in his community.
Did you know? The January 1967 edition of the CAM Bulletin features a highlight on the life of missionary kids.