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The Miracle of Marion: One Mother’s Story
When Kim Goodman walked into CURE Uganda and first glimpsed the mothers waiting in the ward, her heart broke a little. She saw weary moms from all parts of the country and beyond, many who rode for days on hot buses that careened along bumpy, dusty, unpaved roads with infants in arms—infants suffering from hydrocephalus. […]
From Tennessee to Uganda
It was seven years from this past June that my family and I first discovered the word “hydrocephalus.” We had never heard the term before, but after we did our lives changed in so many ways. Our son, Eliot, was born on June 10th, 2011, with both a large cyst in the middle of his […]
Construction Manager finds faith and inspiration on volunteer mission
“Work in itself is an expression of faith.” Cody volunteered with CURE Malawi for seven weeks, managing a variety of different projects around the hospital. “I heard about CURE through a radio talk show host named Dennis Prager. He was sponsoring CURE on one of his shows. This was about five years ago, and that […]
Family finds purpose in medical missions
“I have really enjoyed getting the feeling my whole family is a part of this endeavor and part of this ministry; it is not just me working. It is all of us taking part in it together, all the way down to Emery making the nurses laugh.” Jacob Lepard Jacob Lepard is a fifth-year neurosurgery resident […]
Volunteers from retirement village visit CURE Kenya
God allows connections to happen everywhere, and if you have a heart to serve others, God will make those connections happen. In Pennsylvania, God connected a retirement community, called Garden Spot Village, with CURE. For the past several years, staff and residents from Garden Spot have visited CURE hospitals on their “Travel with Purpose” trips, […]
My CURE Trip: Adventure to Kenya
Olivia revels in the joy and the encounters of her trip to CURE Kenya.
My CURE U trip: At peace in Zambia
The night before our team left for Zambia, we experienced the most amazing encounter that set the tone of our journey. We were told to do laundry so we weren’t all having to do laundry at the same time. Of course, that didn’t happen!
My CURE U trip: Faithful farmers in Zambia
I feel like you can never get enough of watching God heal His children, but it wasn’t until I returned home that I my eyes were really opened.
My CURE trip to Kenya: Love one another
One thing that I learned since returning home is that in the U.S. we have two kinds of love. One is the romantic love like that between a husband and wife, or a boyfriend and girlfriend. The second one is a friendship love, which you could also consider brotherly and sisterly love. In Kenya, I would like to argue they have a third kind of love.
My CURE trip: How God made a way
Throughout my time serving in the Dominican Republic, God reminded me that no barrier is too great for Him. All I had to do was trust in Him and follow His lead.
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