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Elvie: ‘Be cool, trust in the Lord, and believe in yourself.’
“I tell parents it’s normal to be nervous and scared, but be brave. Be cool, trust in the Lord, and believe in yourself. You’re strong. You can do anything. Moms always know what’s best for their children. But everyone here at CURE will give the best they have to cure and heal your kids.”
A mother’s story
What a mother will do for her child This is worth watching! And maybe sharing, especially now. It shows how determined a mom can be, and how much God draws close to the brokenhearted. And it’s only a couple minutes. THANK YOU for making stories like this possible. Thank you for being part of the […]
“Come, I want you to thank my God with me.”
Similar to many mothers who give birth to a baby with a disability in this region of the world, Adolawork was stigmatized after the birth of her son, Bereket, who was born with clubfeet. Adolawork’s husband was broken when he saw the baby. Great sadness filled the house where they lived.
Moms are heroes
We think moms are heroes. Meet Ledelifa, one of the moms (and heroes!) from this video, at http://cure.org/mom.
The Lord looks at the heart
It is often the mothers of children in CURE hospitals who are suffering severe pain – emotionally and spiritually. In developing countries, because of their child’s condition, mothers are usually the ones blamed for the “sin” that “cursed” their son or daughter. Shunned from their communities and sometimes rejected by their own families, these moms arrive at CURE hospitals not only with a desperately needy child, but an utterly broken spirit.
CUREMoms was founded to help change that.
To know that you are loved from afar
To know that you are loved from afar can be an entirely comforting feeling that brings with it strength and encouragement. Isn’t that the case in our relationship with God?
The power of a mother’s love
Every day our ward is filled with little bodies waiting for healing, and every day I see mothers serving their children with all of their hearts. They wait and hope with anticipation for the day when they return home with a child who has a future they could never have imagined. While they are here I get the chance to observe them, know them, and fall in love with them.
Christmas at CURE Uganda
Christmas came to CURE Uganda last week, with gifts of CUREMoms t-shirts, traditional kitingi wraps, and prints of photos from the day. The wraps may look familiar; remember the wraps CURE employees in the UAE lovingly created for moms in Uganda?They arrived and were met with smiles and appreciation from moms and babies alike! Here are a few photos from a happy holiday in the ward at CURE Uganda.
A true gift of healing, in one mother’s own words
Delilah, the little girl on the cover of this year’s Gift of Healing magazine, hasn’t always been so happy. She used to be one of the many children waiting for healing from treatable disabilities. Her mother Ledelifa told us what it was like to wait for healing and finally find it at CURE Zambia. This is their story, in Ledelifa’s own words.
Six years of waiting, one surgery
Marta was frustrated and worried about her daughter’s future. She didn’t understand why doctors weren’t putting more effort into diagnosing the problem in Angie’s fingers . She didn’t want her daughter growing up and feeling out of place because of the way her hands looked. After another fruitless visit to a different hospital, Marta didn’t know what else to try. She stopped looking for treatment.
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