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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.
My CURE trip: Devotions in the Dominican Republic
What are the building blocks of CURE International? The answer is its people and their overflowing love of the Lord.
My CURE trip: How big is God?
If there is anything that I have learned in my six years of being a Christ follower, it is that hanging out with Jesus is an unpredictable journey that changes every day. Last summer, after fighting with God for months about going on my first international missions trip, He pushed me—rather forcefully—to trust Him and take a leap of faith.
My CURE Trip: Watching God work in the Dominican Republic
This post was written by Joe Sabella, who is a member of the CURE U chapter at Liberty University and also serves in the US Army. CURE has had such a huge impact on my life the past few years. I first heard about CURE two years ago from Tim Jacobsen, who is the President […]
My CURE trip: There is no one like Jesus
There is no one like Jesus. We can search far and wide, up and down and around the world, but we will find no one like Jesus Christ. This truth was evident to me during my time in Zambia. It was extremely impactful meeting children served by CURE.
The Job: This probably isn’t the story you think it is
I was never one of those kids who knew what they wanted to do when they grew up. I was the kid who had an early introduction to the look of disappointment that results from answering that question with “…I don’t know?” and then making something up to fill the awkward void. “Maybe a teacher?”
My CURE trip: Changed in Zambia
Nine American college students, our trip leader, and our driver set off in a 14-passenger van to a rural village in the Choma province of southern Zambia. We were filled with excitement and had no clue as to what we were getting ourselves into. At this point on the trip, we were a week deep into Zambian culture, and we were incredibly accustomed to the idea of “Zambian Time,” which essentially means you will find out what you’re doing roughly five seconds before it happens.
My CURE trip: A battle fought with bubbles
A week after I took my last final exam for the school year, God sent me to the Philippines and changed my life forever. During my three week stay in the island nation, I met a lot of children: children that were disabled, children that were poor, and children that didn’t have any parents. I met children who don’t eat every day, children that have no way to get to school, and children that could play tag for hours despite the heat and the humidity.
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