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Palemon Camu

But, as Paul said, whatever gain I had, I counted as loss for the sake of Christ. For his sake I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, in order that I may gain Him. 

(Filipenses 3:4-14)

Palemón Camú is an Architect. Designer and restless visionary who has pioneered different projects throughout his career, he has formed groups, founded schools and research centers.

He began his career in Mexico as a professor at the University of the City of Juarez, Chihuahua, where he founded the School of Interior Design. And he also taught at the University of Morelos, Cuernavaca.

He studied more in acoustics and became the director in charge of urban planning for the city of Cabo San Lucas, and a developer of commercial, private and government projects. He organized the first Latin American Summit on solar energy in Baja California Sur. Two of Palemon’s architectural projects were presented and published in the book of Fine Arts and Architects of Mexico.

He was recognized and awarded by the Mexican Institute of Oceanography for the five-month navigation expedition called “Man and the Sea” from Mexico to Spain. The survival equipment designed by Palemon Camu was tested during this effort. In 1977, vessels designed in the style of the fourteenth century and survival equipment were installed and are currently exhibited in the Museum of La Magdalena in Spain. Registered as the longest trailer in history by means of a sailboat. From 1979 to 1984 he was the founder and director of the Research Center for the Survival of Man in the Sea, through which he made survival studies for the marine platforms of Petróleos Mexicanos PEMEX.

In 1986, together with his wife Patricia, he graduated in Practical Theology at the Christ for Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas. From 1986 – 1991 He was the director and founder of Amistad Cristiana A.C. in La Paz, B.C.S. Mexico. An association for the purpose of supporting the family, drug addicts and persons deprived of liberty; Currently this group is called Redes Vida Cristiana A.C. In 1998 he founded the Spanish Bible School of Christ For The Nations, of which he was also a teacher, and in 2006 they left the direction of the Institute to start the “Cultural Renaissance Foundation”, which was an organization aimed to “impact a culture that transforms a lifestyle.”

He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Museum of Earth History (M.O.E.H) and member of the Board of Directors of Christ For The Nations Inc., until 2024.

Palemon resides in the City of Dallas with his wife Patricia with whom he has been married for over 50 years and counting; they are proud parents of two children and six grandchildren.

Patricia Camu

Patricia Camú has technical studies in Advertising, Artistic Photography and Practical Theology. She has been a lecturer, teacher and counselor in Mexico, United States and other countries.

Together with her husband, the architect Palemón Camú, she founded the Spanish School of the Christ for the Nations Bible Institute (CFNI) in 1998, in the city of Dallas, Texas.

In 2016 she wrote and published the book Sit Awhile with Me, a compilation of personal experiences and thoughts.

Currently, she resides in the city of Dallas, Texas, with her husband. Palemón and Patricia are parents of two children, Ramir and Karlet (their best contribution to humanity), and proud grandparents of six grandchildren.


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