We serve with Camino Global (formerly CAM Intl.). What that means is we raise support not so that we can have a salary, but so that we can offer all our time to eternal things in places where there is no existing body of believers yet or the existing body is too small to afford church leaders and teachers. We believe that giving and stewardship is between each person and the Lord and we only wish to be a medium for others to be involved in missions. 

We would like to be transparent and explain how economic support is divided up. Keep in mind that the cost of living here is 35% higher than in the United States. We have chosen to use a column graph to show what must be cut if we are not fully funded. The items at the bottom are paid first, and the items at the top are paid into when funds are available. You can see why it is important for us to be fully funded and how a deficit affects our ability to do ministry.


58% of our support is to cover daily living expenses of rent, water, electricity, groceries, etc. 

19% of our support is to be used for travel and help cover ministry costs, such as Sunday School material, bible study printouts, etc. 

13% is to cover administrative costs. 

10% of our support is to cover medical insurance costs and retirement. 

We believe that mission work is a partnership, through a relationship. There are people God equips to go and serve, and people He equips to help with resources, finances, and prayers. If you would like to know how you can partner with us, here are some tangible ways:

Pray for Spain. The evangelistic challenges facing Spain are enormous, including:

Unreached cities. There is no evangelical church in 345 cities and towns of over 5,000 people. Many smaller towns, villages and districts have no witness whatsoever. Of 8,112 municipalities, only around 650 have an evangelical church.

Of the 17 regions, Galicia and Asturias are less than 0.2% evangelical, and Extremadura and Navarre are less than 0.1%.

Of the 50 provinces, Soria and Avila have less than one evangelical for every 1,000 people, and 28 provinces out of 50 have less than 1,000 members of evangelical churches.

While religious liberty exists on paper, difficulties and discrimination are still widespread for evangelicals, especially for obtaining licences to broadcast and to open new churches.

Evangelical congregations are small and dependent on foreign resources, with poor facilities in less than ideal locations. Pray for wisdom in knowing how to be more effective in outreach and balanced in testimony.

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Pray for us. If you would like to be receive info on specific prayer requests and updates, please let us know.

Share this ministry with friends, family, and churches. We consider it a blessing to share with others what God is doing in Spain to make Himself famous and extend His kingdom. We would be happy to connect with someone you may know.

Prayerfully consider a monthly financial offering. Donations can be sent to Camino Global on our behalf by:

Check: Make your check out to Camino Global, write our support account number in the memo line (083375), and mail the check to: Camino Global, 8625 La Prada Drive, Dallas, TX 75228.

Credit Card Giving Online: Go to Camino’s website for online gifts to our ministry.

Electronic Funds Transfer: The most convenient way to give is to have support sent automatically from a bank account each month. It can be stopped at any time and can be set up for the amount you wish. Download an EFT Form, print, and mail it to Camino Global.

Not that I seek the gift itself, but I seek for the profit which increases to your account. But I have received everything in full and have an abundance; I am amply supplied, having received what you have sent, a fragrant aroma, an acceptable sacrifice, well-pleasing to God. And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.

Philipians 4:17-19