Posts tagged Kenya


New hope for Jecinta

by on Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 4:33 pm

Photos by Samuel Chege and Naphtali Foster Meet seventeen-year-old Jecinta. Jecinta is a shy girl from central Kenya who loves being in the company of her friends. Playing volleyball is one of her favorite hobbies. She is the third born in a family of four children. In 2017, she was supposed to go into ninth […]

Celebrating Maryanne’s Healing Journey

by on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 5:10 pm

Maryanne is cheeky, adorable, welcoming, happy, and all of those sweet things you can’t help but notice every time you see her. Maryanne is seven years old and has a limb deformity that developed after she turned two. Her legs mysteriously began bending awkwardly around the knees, giving her mom, Maureen, worry. Maureen found herself […]

Learning to integrate spiritual ministry in healthcare

by on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 at 6:46 am

“I received a training called ‘Saline Process’ training,” Kellen told us when we sat down with her. “This training is all about coaching the healthcare workers on how to be witnesses of Jesus Christ in the healthcare system.” Kellen has been working for CURE Kenya for the last 15 years and is currently the nurse […]

Volunteers from retirement village visit CURE Kenya

by on Friday, December 14, 2018 at 2:42 pm

God allows connections to happen everywhere, and if you have a heart to serve others, God will make those connections happen. In Pennsylvania, God connected a retirement community, called Garden Spot Village, with CURE. For the past several years, staff and residents from Garden Spot have visited CURE hospitals on their “Travel with Purpose” trips, […]

Ivy’s ODP tour!

by on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 12:27 pm

About a year ago, we broke ground on CURE Kenya’s new outpatient department building (OPD), a replacement for our old and overcrowded one. After months of supply deliveries, machine noises, and thousands of hours of labor, it is now basically finished and being put to use! “It’s beautiful!” said Felix, our young patient who admired […]

CURE Kenya celebrates 20 years of service

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On Friday, July 27th, 2018, CURE Kenya celebrated big time! There was cake, a ribbon cutting ceremony, special visitors, and lots of shared hugs and laughter. We had good reason to celebrate: CURE Kenya turned 20 in 2018, and we decided to commemorate the occasion by unveiling our brand new outpatient department building (OPD) to […]

Laura, mama of Joel

by on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 9:33 am

“I am so excited because when I go back home, I won’t explain anything to anyone. They will see for themselves, and they will know that I serve a living God!”

Rose, Michelle’s Guardian

by on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 10:31 am

“CURE is good. For spiritual as well as physical. We are at peace here.”

Dr. Watson, resident at CURE Kenya

by on Monday, June 19, 2017 at 7:10 pm

“I believe that when I’m old and senile, photos will be what I use to remember my life.”

My CURE trip to Kenya: Love one another

by on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 9:25 pm

One thing that I learned since returning home is that in the U.S. we have two kinds of love. One is the romantic love like that between a husband and wife, or a boyfriend and girlfriend. The second one is a friendship love, which you could also consider brotherly and sisterly love. In Kenya, I would like to argue they have a third kind of love.

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