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Tracy from Kenya on Today
Tracy went to the OR for her little pin removal procedure this morning so when we saw her afterwards, little smiles were about all she could muster. But, serious face or none, Tracy made it through another OR trip, and she’ll get to go home again which we’re glad for! We’ll see her next in six weeks!
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Emmanuel from Kenya on Today
It’s only been a couple weeks since we saw Emmanuel, but seeing him often is important for his healing. He needs to come every two weeks to achieve the best correction for his foot through casting. He saw Regina our clinical officer and had a new cast put on. Pray for his family as they travel to CURE Kenya again in a couple weeks!
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Harrison from Kenya on Today
Last year while here at CURE Kenya, Harrison received Christ as his savior. And this year, his sister, Evelyn, rededicated her life to Christ! God brings us just the people he wants to spend time at CURE Kenya. Patients find healing, both physically and spiritually. But God also works in the lives of our patients families as well. Please pray for this sweet family -- that God will continue to work in their lives!
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Eliud from Kenya on Today
“He’s very happy because we’ve been meeting, praying... today he’s decided to give his life to Christ!” Pastor Phoebe shared with us. During the day, a pastor goes around the ward, taking time with patients and their families. And in the afternoon, they lead devotions in the ward. God uses this time to encourage hearts and transform lives. And today the life that has been transformed is Eliud’s. He received Christ! As you pray for this boy’s heart and relationship with God, would you also pray for him to get well soon so that he’s able to go back to school? He has requested prayers for these very things! He headed home today, so you can pray for his safety too!
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JC Grace from the Philippines on Today
“I thank Jesus for everything and I also thank Him because the surgery on my left arm was successful,” JC Grace wrote on her workbook as she reflected on the the past few days she has been with us at Tebow CURE. One more thing to thank Jesus for is that she finally got to say goodbye to us and head home today! We will be missing her but we will see her soon as she comes back for her biopsy result. Please continue to lift her recovery in prayers as they wait and hope in the Lord!
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Aris from the Philippines on Today
Aris greeted us with a smile when we visited him this morning. And what better way to recover after surgery with his visitor, Dad Ariel by his side to pamper and comfort him! “Aris was bragging to his Dad how his leg does not hurt!” Rosalie told us. Along with the good news that Aris is not feeling any pain, they were also given the go signal to go home! We will see him again in to check on his healing progress!
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Mark Ryan from the Philippines on Today
Mark Ryan poked us and smiled, gladly announcing that he is back at Tebow CURE! His incisions are healed and he was advised to switch to night splints to keep his foot flat and in place while healing. Nurse Francis was busy entertaining Mark Ryan (or the other way around) and had a lengthy conversation about fruits while working on the splint! Afterwards, Mark Ryan complained about some pain that he’s experiencing due to the change of his foot’s position but Doctor Shelley gave some medication to manage it. Please be praying for Mark Ryan’s continued recovery!
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Ara Jane from the Philippines on Today
Ara Jane's room was filled with love and celebration today! Nurses, Tebow CURE staff, and our partners from the Seeds of Dignity were present to sing "Happy Birthday" and share words of encouragement. Soon, she'll read all of your birthday greetings as well! It was quite a party with cake and ice cream! We prayed for Ara Jane as she continues to experience God's bountiful blessings this year!
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Athiel from Uganda on Today
Athiel and mama Nyidhuar are heading home today! We're so thankful that they are traveling with another mama and baby from South Sudan so that they'll have companionship on their long bus journey. We'll definitely miss our sweet friends - would you join us in praying for God's presence and protection as they journey home? We are praying that God would bring peace to their country and continued healing to little Athiel. Thank you for partnering with us!
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Jasper from Uganda on Today
Jasper was wide awake when we stopped by to visit this morning! This has been an especially busy week for the hospital, so we have a longer waiting list for surgery than usual, but Gladys is making friends with the other mamas at CURE Uganda while they wait. Jasper is doing well, and the doctors told Gladys that he may have his surgery as early as tomorrow!
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Elias from Ethiopia on Yesterday
Elias is doing well! His foot is healing and showing great progress! So it time for him to get an AFO (Ankle Foot Orthosis) brace. He was measured for that and will return in the beginning of October to test out this custom made brace! Until then, he will practice walking with the new cast he got today. Keep this young boy in your prayers!
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Yeabsera from Ethiopia on Yesterday
Look at Yeabsira's leg! It's all straight now! She is doing great and her leg is healing slowly but surely. Today she was measured to get a clam-shell brace. This type of brace will help support her tibia. We will see her in four weeks when she returns to get her clam-shell brace and until then, she has a walking cast on to keep up with her walking practice in order to strengthen her leg!
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Peter from Kenya on Yesterday
Poor Peter has a bit of a cough. Thankfully, although colds are obnoxious, they don’t halt healing completely. Peter still had his pins removed, a new cast placed, and he’ll come back in six weeks when he should have his cast removed for good! We’re trusting that when we see him next, he’ll be cough and cold free!
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Yeshimebrat from Ethiopia on Yesterday
After being seen by Dr. Tewodros, we found Yeshimebrat wandering around our lobby. She is doing great and her leg is healing too. The doctors are happy with her progress and scheduled her for another follow up appointment in three months time!
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Jasper from Uganda on Yesterday
Jasper and mama Gladys are settling into life here at CURE Uganda! They're making friends in their section of the ward, as they wait for Jasper's surgery date to be set. Nurse Frieda checked on Jasper and took his temperature just before the start of afternoon worship on the ward. Jasper is just 6 days old today, and has been through a lot already, so we're glad he and mama Gladys have some time to rest and catch their breath before surgery! Thank you for praying for them today!
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Chris is excited to join CURE for the same reason most of us are part of it: Seeing the Kingdom of God at work in kids lives. "Kids right now who can't walk, they're being carried, who can't go outside because their faces look different… they get to be kids again. Because of CURE… because of you and me and everyone else involved, kids will be kids again, and be able to walk and run.
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