Posts tagged CURE Hero


Loving the Outcasts

by on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 7:45 am

Jesus had this crazy thing where he loved everyone. He particularly had a thing for those who everyone else didn’t really care about. He hung out with swindlers, adulterers, criminals, and children. That last one sticks out a little bit, but in Biblical times, children had a much different role in society than they do […]

Who are your heroes?

by on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 12:11 pm

Life is full of heroes. Some are known by many. Some are known by few. Some are the silent kind who work behind the scenes, making life a better place unbeknownst to almost everyone. Recently in Kenya, we celebrated Mashujaa Day. Mashujaa is the Swahili word for heroes.

kids celebrating in the Philippines

To the Other 999 of You

by on Friday, March 13, 2015 at 10:31 am

We just hit 1,000 monthly donors. That’s huge for CURE. We’re thrilled, and I’m honored to be part of this. I hope it grows to 10,000 soon, because every single one of us means more healed children in the name of Jesus. My wife and I started giving to CURE awhile back, but now that I know more about what CURE is doing, and I’ve seen behind the scenes at multiple hospitals, and I know how it all works… we give more.

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