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Wenzyl Dejolde: Finding unity in diversity
When Pastor Wenzyl accepted the calling to be a part of the Tebow CURE Hospital, his primary goal was to disciple the staff and engage with the community to nurture patient and family relationships.
Top 10 stories & kids from 2018
2018 was an incredibly full year! We celebrated the 20th anniversary of our first hospital, CURE Kenya. We surpassed 200,000 surgical procedures performed all time across all of our hospitals. We said farewell to Tim & Jana Mead, who retired from CURE after 19 years of faithful service. We saw numerous projects completed in Niger, […]
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 […]
Dr. Jun Valera’s Partnership with SIGN International
For the past five years, Dr. Jun Valera has made a fall pilgrimage to Richland, Washington. A town of 60,000 people in the middle of the desert landscape of eastern Washington state, it’s not exactly a prime tourist area. But except for a brief stop at Pike’s Market in Seattle, Dr. Jun’s objective isn’t tourism; […]
Marvin: Bringing the gift of healing
Loading up the Tebow CURE van with clinic supplies, registration forms, and enthusiastic staff and then driving it outside of Davao City for our mobile clinic—this monthly task is one of my favorites, even if most of the places we go to are far and unfamiliar. Although this is a once-a-month experience for the mobile […]
God touches hearts in his own time: Kiko’s story
Bullying is a common experience shared by the kids who come to Tebow CURE. They get left out of groups and are mocked because of the way their disability affects their movement. Unless you’re Kiko. Kiko has lived without legs since rebels stormed his village and burnt his home. The five-year-old lost his legs in […]
Thank you for making #GivingTuesday a smashing success!
On #GivingTuesday, CURE set out to fund 15 surgeries for 15 children in need of healing. Because of your incredible generosity, we surpassed that goal not once, but twice over. In fact, we’re still tallying the total amount of money raised! Additional donations from individual fundraisers keep rolling in. “Thank you” doesn’t quite seem strong […]
Dr. Mousa brings innovative ETV/CPC procedure to Indonesia
“In my hometown, neurosurgery doesn’t happen often,” says Dr. Mousa, a fellow in the CURE Hydrocephalus & Spina Bifida (CHSB) program. Dr. Mousa’s use of the word “hometown” may make you think of someplace small, but his Indonesian city contains a population of 7 million. “There are many motorcycle accidents and also many pediatric needs […]
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 […]
Co-workers train to be effective witnesses of Christ!
“The intended objective of the training is to: 1) teach them how to identify the spiritual, social and emotional needs of the patients as they continue to do their day-to-day work, and 2) equip them on how to lead the patients after solving the identified needs.
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