Published by Elvis Lemaiyan
Christmas in Kenya
What is Christmas like in Kenya? Christmas in Kenya is a time for sharing and coming together to help the less fortunate. It is common to see groups visiting children’s homes bringing food, clothes, and other needed supplies. The weather in Kenya, during Christmas, is usually sunny and warm in most parts of the country. […]
Advancing essential surgery through equipment maintenance
“If we can improve the efficiency of the OR, it is possible to save more lives.” Keith Miles, Executive Director of Safe Surgery Initiative. When you think about surgery, probably the first thing that comes to your mind is: “Is this safe? Is my child going to come out alive? What are the health implications […]
Pastors train at CURE Kenya
At CURE Kenya, we are always seeking to grow, looking for new ways to serve our patients, ways that address our patient’s needs fully and in the end bring glory to God. In an attempt to do this, we have many trainings on various aspects of our ministry. In July, we had a team of […]
Medical volunteer inspires scholarship
Above: Ruth (HR), Stephen, Samuel, and Robin “I learned about CURE from a Christian medical magazine in 2002. At the end of the article they said they needed nurse anesthetists. I was looking for a short-term, faith-based medical mission, and I felt God was speaking to me in this article about CURE and calling me. […]
Celebrating Maryanne’s Healing Journey
Maryanne is cheeky, adorable, welcoming, happy, and all of those sweet things you can’t help but notice every time you see her. Maryanne is seven years old and has a limb deformity that developed after she turned two. Her legs mysteriously began bending awkwardly around the knees, giving her mom, Maureen, worry. Maureen found herself […]
Spiritual Directors’ Conference unites CURE network
The Spiritual Directors’ conference was held from April 16th–19th at CURE Kenya. Convened by the Rev. Earnest Kioko, the intention of the meeting was to bring together all of the spiritual directors from across the CURE network so they might learn from each other.
Theme for 2018: Value Addition
Last year, we tackled the theme, “Be My Witnesses.” This year’s theme at CURE Kenya is “Value Addition.” The text is derived from 1 Timothy 4.
Peter, CURE Kenya
Peter is thankful for his job, friends, and family and how CURE takes care of people with special needs.
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