Posts tagged CURE Philippines
Dr. Jun Valera’s Partnership with SIGN International
For the past five years, Dr. Jun Valera has made a fall pilgrimage to Richland, Washington. A town of 60,000 people in the middle of the desert landscape of eastern Washington state, it’s not exactly a prime tourist area. But except for a brief stop at Pike’s Market in Seattle, Dr. Jun’s objective isn’t tourism; […]
Marvin: Bringing the gift of healing
Loading up the Tebow CURE van with clinic supplies, registration forms, and enthusiastic staff and then driving it outside of Davao City for our mobile clinic—this monthly task is one of my favorites, even if most of the places we go to are far and unfamiliar. Although this is a once-a-month experience for the mobile […]
God touches hearts in his own time: Kiko’s story
Bullying is a common experience shared by the kids who come to Tebow CURE. They get left out of groups and are mocked because of the way their disability affects their movement. Unless you’re Kiko. Kiko has lived without legs since rebels stormed his village and burnt his home. The five-year-old lost his legs in […]
Tebow CURE Hospital dedicates third-floor expansion
Every Monday at the Tebow CURE Hospital, the staff gathers to start the week off with a chapel service, where we sing songs of praise and listen to God’s word. Then, we disperse to live out what we’ve learned as we serve our patients within our various departments. However, chapel on Monday, September 3rd, was no ordinary […]
One woman’s journey to joy as an orthopedic surgeon
“I did not want to become a doctor. When I was in high school, my friends and I would talk about career paths, and most of my friends wanted to be physicians. I didn’t want to do what everyone else was doing.” Dr. Shelley Oliver’s honest words may surprise some. Her path to medical missions […]
CURE in the News: Week of August 6, 2018
CURE was mentioned in several news articles recently, with the majority of them being about Aldrin and his transformative surgery at the Tebow CURE Hospital.
Spiritual ministry: Community engagement
CURE’s commitment to serve brings physical healing to patients through surgery and transformation in people’s lives through spiritual healing. CURE’s spiritual ministry focuses on these three categories: patient ministry, community engagement, and staff discipleship.
Elvie: ‘Be cool, trust in the Lord, and believe in yourself.’
“I tell parents it’s normal to be nervous and scared, but be brave. Be cool, trust in the Lord, and believe in yourself. You’re strong. You can do anything. Moms always know what’s best for their children. But everyone here at CURE will give the best they have to cure and heal your kids.”
Leron: Building a kingdom culture
“What makes us such a special place is the people in the hospital: the attitude. They are fun! They take care of our patients well. That brings the most joy to me! It’s a unique place.”
Mead Minutes: I serve an amazing God
Dr. Mead describes a special week, personally, professionally, and spiritually!
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