Blogging for CURE

One of the incredible ways that people support CURE is by spreading the word, telling their friends, family, and anyone else who will listen about the work we are doing to bring healing around the world. Here are a couple of blog posts from people who have done just that:

 

A Happy Worm in the Garden of CURE by Laurie Geisz

…I felt God giving me a purpose within CURE.  No, I can’t perform surgery, nor can I move to Africa and become a Spiritual Director (right now), but I can pray.

Read the rest of this post at: http://lauriegeisz.com/a-happy-worm-in-the-garden-of-cure/.

 

CURE International by Katie Reginato Cascamo, The Power of Prematurity

It is organizations like CURE International that are helping change the way developing countries see childbirth and infant mortality through medical care.  It’s one life at a time.  It’s hands-on tangible changes.  CURE International does more than just provide medical care.  They are investing in children…

Read the rest of this post at: http://thepowerofprematurity.blogspot.com/2012/03/cure-international.html.

 

Do you have a blog?  Consider using it to raise awareness and share with others about how CURE is bringing hope and healing to children with disabilities.  Share how others can get involved.  Then, tell us about it!  cureblog@cure.org


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