Posts tagged core values


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The dark is just a canvas

by on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 3:01 pm

All January, I’ve been trying to implement a new discipline, a journaling exercise that pastor Jeff Manion gave our team at the 2017 CURE International Directors’ Conference. Part of the daily exercise is listing three specific things for which I’m thankful. Today, a song was on the top of my gratitude list. Rend Collective’s “Joy” […]

Elvie’s son J-Vie went through a surgery similar to Rojenn’s this past summer, so Elvie spends time comforting and encouraging Rojenn. Just one of the ways CURE creates its own family!

Mead Minutes: Growing better before growing bigger

by on Monday, November 23, 2015 at 3:17 pm

Growth in size without continued growth in character will succeed for a time. You may even be classified as doing good things. In order to accomplish great things you need continued growth in character and a firm foundation on which to build. As Psalm 127 says, “Unless the Lord builds the house, the workers toil in vain.” CURE International seeks to eclipse the merely good and travel the path of the truly great.

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What Christ-like and child-like look like

by on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 12:12 pm

Dr. Stefano didn’t spend that much time in the art therapy room. Maybe a total of 20 minutes. But it meant so much to the children. Where else do doctors get down on the floor to play and draw with their patients? That is what I love about CURE, and what I love about the people I get to work with.

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