Posts tagged gift of healing

Thank you for making #GivingTuesday a smashing success!

by on Monday, December 3, 2018 at 11:29 am

On #GivingTuesday, CURE set out to fund 15 surgeries for 15 children in need of healing. Because of your incredible generosity, we surpassed that goal not once, but twice over. In fact, we’re still tallying the total amount of money raised! Additional donations from individual fundraisers keep rolling in. “Thank you” doesn’t quite seem strong […]

Wherever Jesus is, healing follows

by on Monday, December 19, 2016 at 10:11 pm

It’s no secret that Jesus spent a lot of time healing people, but He didn’t necessarily spend a lot of time seeking out people to heal. In Matthew, crowds came to Jesus and placed people with a variety of disabilities at His feet. An entire town gathered at His door in Mark and He healed many of their diseases. A paralyzed man was carried on a mat and brought before Jesus in Luke. In John, a man found Jesus as soon as He arrived in town and begged Him to heal his son.

A Christmas radio special with Lauren Daigle

by on Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 5:48 pm

Our own Lisa Williams  sat down with Lauren Daigle to talk about her family Christmas traditions, Louisiana, and the music off her Christmas CD, Behold. Listen in! Don’t forget: you can receive your very own copy of Behold, along with Chris Tomlin’s latest CD, Never Lose Sight, with your gift of $100 or more this season to […]

Is God a crutch?

by on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 6:00 am

A few weeks ago, I started seeing a video about crutches pop up all over the place. In this video we see an exciting new redesign for crutches, which basically haven’t changed much or been improved upon since the American Civil War, 150 years ago. It was interesting to see this redesign, since we see a lot of crutches here at the hospital.

On the road with Chris Tomlin

by on Monday, December 7, 2015 at 6:51 pm

We saw the church come together and come alive in worship. Chris Tomlin graciously shared CURE with over 200,000 fans and challenged them to worship with more than their praise by giving of their prayers, time, and resources. Across the nation, fans gave more than $700,000—enough to complete the funding for 700 surgeries for children with disabilities!

CURE In the News: Week of November 1st, 2015

by on Monday, November 9, 2015 at 6:00 am

News updates from CURE locations around the world

CURE In the News: Week of October 25th, 2015

by on Monday, November 2, 2015 at 3:30 pm

News updates from CURE Clubfoot and CURE International

A true gift of healing, in one mother’s own words

by on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 4:15 pm

Delilah, the little girl on the cover of this year’s Gift of Healing magazine, hasn’t always been so happy. She used to be one of the many children waiting for healing from treatable disabilities. Her mother Ledelifa told us what it was like to wait for healing and finally find it at CURE Zambia. This is their story, in Ledelifa’s own words.

2 meals for $1

by on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 9:00 am

First, why are meals at a CURE hospital noteworthy? Most hospitals in the developing world don’t provide meals for their patients. Instead, families are expected to provide for their loved ones needs, regardless of their means. At CURE, we do things differently. Our patients need a nutritious diet to help them before and after surgery, […]

Get Well Soon – CUREkids

by on Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 9:00 am

Watch the Get Well video here: CUREkids has brought the work of CURE to your inbox and Facebook wall through the lives of the kids we’re privileged to serve, but now our kids want to hear from you. That’s why we’re pleased to announce CUREkids Get Well messages! Now your family has the chance […]

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