Posts tagged disability

Trusting God Through it All

by on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 9:14 am

For many of us, we wake up and go about our day never having to worry about violence and death. However, it is not that way for many of our patients and their families. In developing nations, violence, unrest, and death are unfortunately not uncommon events.  In 1992, Kenya held a multi-party election, the first […]

Confessions of a recovering germaphobe

by on Monday, August 1, 2016 at 8:03 am

I’ve always been a bit of a germaphobe. For me, it’s mind over matter. It’s a conscious decision that I was first made aware of crouched next to a young immigrant mother and her baby who were begging in a filthy New York City subway stop.

CUREkids Coordinator, Hope Kim, delivers a Get Well message from one of Arnel’s followers.

Choosing to speak out the real truth

by on Monday, June 13, 2016 at 6:00 am

The more CUREkids I get to hang out with here at the Tebow CURE Hospital, I’m seeing a whole lot of people “speaking the truth” through nicknames. These nicknames translate to things like “without legs,” or “walking with a limp,” or “crooked feet.” People label each other with physical flaws that lead others, including their own selves, to think that’s who they are made to be, since you know, people are just “speaking out the truth.”

Stories of healing from Egypt

by on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 2:25 pm

When they came to CURE, Adel’s mother told us that in the beginning they were so hesitant to come because they heard that CURE is a Christian organization. But after the operation, she added that she found that Christians are good, kind people and they are passionate to help people with love. We were so happy that CURE was a model for Christianity and Jesus’ love.

Revisiting David

by on Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 10:53 am

This past week, having completed my second three week period in Malawi, I returned to Kenya.  I am actually on my way (over two weeks) back to the USA to the head office and to regroup before returning to consult and guide a new project through infancy in Malawi (more on that later). On my […]

Keneni’s Story

by on Friday, June 25, 2010 at 3:39 pm

This is a story about Keneni

A Purpose Or a Punishment

by on Friday, June 11, 2010 at 11:03 am

Recently a legislator made national news by making a comment that was interpreted to be a claim that disabled children are basically a punishment from God on mothers who have had an abortion. After many called for an explanation of the lawmaker’s comments, he claimed his remarks were misrepresented and taken out of context. Regardless […]

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