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Small packages

by on Friday, October 16, 2015 at 8:46 am

As Peggy and I talked, I learned that though this was her first time at CURE, it was about the fourth time that Tina would need to receive surgery for her condition. Shunt failure or infection is a common challenge for hydrocephalus patients, and Tina was no exception.

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Forever changed in Kijabe

by on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 3:58 pm

We arrived at the hospital, greeted with smiles and handshakes; it was a warm experience. I was nervous and, to be honest, a bit scared. I was still figuring out why I was there. I was having doubts, saying things to myself like, “I could’ve used this money to fund some surgeries,” or “I am the only non medical student on this trip, how am I supposed to be of any help at a hospital?” I let my initial insecurities govern my behavior until I made the decision to trust God and His plan for me on this trip. Let me just tell you, the second I walked into that children’s ward, He revealed to me exactly why I was there.

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Healing changed me

by on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 11:48 am

Andrea Mills is a dental hygienist from North Carolina. She has traveled with CURE twice, including once as a team leader. Visiting CURE Uganda was transformational for Andrea. She describes her experience below. In 2013, my world was radically shaken. Through Uganda, Jesus changed my life. It was my first trip to Africa and my first […]

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Washing feet and healing wounds

by on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 3:18 pm

For the past two days we have been serving through washing dishes and serving buttered bread (called blue band) with tea for breakfast, followed by morning teaching of Jesus’ word. It’s an interesting endeavor: each of the teachers has an interpreter present to translate English to Lango; however, some of us need our English translated to “African” English so the interpreter can understand in order to translate. It really is quite the process, but somewhere in all of it we believe that Jesus is breaking communication barriers and whatever He wants to be heard will be heard. Sometimes, love doesn’t need to be spoken.

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Closing the door in God’s face

by on Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 6:35 am

For two years now there has been an ongoing dialogue between the Lord and me. It sounds a little something like this… I will make you as a light for the nations, that my salvation may reach to the end of the earth. (Isaiah 49:6) Maybe it’s not so much a dialogue, because I’ve been […]

All Smiles in Kenya

by on Friday, December 7, 2012 at 6:13 am

From October 12-26, 2012, the CURE Kenya hospital was all smiles. Although all CURE hospitals are usually happy places, the smiles were especially bright thanks to our friends at Smile Network International. Smile Network is a Minnesota-based non-profit which funds surgical missions and provides necessary supplies and surgical teams to repair birth defects such as […]

Share our volunteer opportunities… win a t-shirt!

by on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 8:30 pm

The introduction of social media has revolutionized the way the world communicates. In fact, it is thanks to technologies such as email, Skype, Facebook, and blogs,  that CURE can continue to exist and be successful. These days, social media not only empowers global organizations, its also being utilized to help employers find qualified employees and […]

GO Team serves in Uganda

by on Friday, August 31, 2012 at 6:13 am

From June 30th to July 18th, CURE hosted our 6th annual Uganda GO team.  For those of you unfamiliar with our GO Teams, they are teams of general ministry volunteers from around the United States.  Each year we send at least one GO team to our hospital in Uganda to support the spiritual ministry work […]

Picture of the Week: Short-term missions at CURE Uganda

by on Friday, June 1, 2012 at 6:56 am

We’re hosting 14 different visitors, from six different countries, this week at CURE Uganda. All are from different backgrounds, ages, and walks of life but are here for a common purpose and mission. CURE is not only a global organization, but a host for short-term missions and volunteers from around the world. Front row, L […]

Short-term missions: what it’s really like

by on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 6:05 am

We’ve told you a lot about our wonderful volunteers and how their time and talents are a blessing to each of the hospitals they visit, but have you ever wondered what it’s really like to volunteer at a CURE hospital? If you think traveling to a foreign country, meeting lots of new people, and partnering […]

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