Results for Reflections
Who will lift my burden?
An International Women’s Day reflection based on the experiences of CURE mums in Zambia I rise up early in the morning—sweeping the yard in the midst of raising dust as it has not rained for sometime due to climate change; later on I prepare breakfast for my husband, so that by the time he wakes […]
A short, sweet, and powerful prayer: God help me!
“Prayer is at the center of everything we do” is a CURE axiom you may have seen on our website. Perhaps, you secretly thought as you viewed this statement, you’d rather find something to do than to pray; you were seeking a way to offer real help to children who come to CURE centers for […]
The Instant Sorority
Imagine suddenly being considered a freak. It’s because of your baby. Your baby was fine … until she wasn’t. Her head started growing to inexplicable proportions. You’ve never seen anything like it. Neither has your husband, who calls you cursed and abandons you. Your community, your family turn their backs on you, too. You are […]
More powerful and relevant than any trending post
Last December, the Tebow CURE Hospital went viral online and was even featured during a segment on the local news! With the participation of staff from each floor, we held a Christmas decor contest. The rules: staff members could only use recycled materials to deck the halls. The local news caught wind of our unique […]
What’s in a Name?
There’s a village here in Niger named Kallon Mota, which means “where people go to look at cars.” Back in the 70s and 80s, most everyone relied on either animal or human transport to get around. Many had heard of cars, but few had ever seen one. Kallon Mota was nothing but a sandy flat […]
“She gave thanks to the Lord”
Not long after Jesus’ birth, Joseph and Mary took Jesus to the temple to present Him to God. While it was certain to be a special moment in their lives, it was also something that they would no doubt have expected to be fairly routine.
Mead Minutes: Farewell thoughts
I truly have an amazing family. Just imagine your spouse coming home one day and saying, “I think we need to go to Africa as a family to work.” To many, this would be considered bizarre behavior in need of counseling.
Evans: “Called to serve”
God reaches out to our hearts in a lot of ways. He uses His Word. He enters our thoughts. And sometimes, He compels us through people. He can use anyone.
Mead Minutes: God is not done
Greetings from the Meads in Michigan! Thinking back on our most recent trip to Kenya and the orthopedic meeting, I have been celebrating just how amazing a God we serve.
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.