Posts tagged Mother’s Day


A Mother’s Love

by on Friday, May 8, 2020 at 9:42 am

Would you leave everything you’ve ever known, on the word of a stranger, to find healing for your child? Would you go to the edge of your known world, and then step further? This is exactly what many South Sudanese mothers step up to when they bring their babies, suffering from hydrocephalus, to CURE Uganda. […]

A mother’s story

by on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 9:00 pm

What a mother will do for her child This is worth watching! And maybe sharing, especially now. It shows how determined a mom can be, and how much God draws close to the brokenhearted. And it’s only a couple minutes. THANK YOU for making stories like this possible. Thank you for being part of the […]

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CURE In the News: Week of May 3rd, 2015

by on Monday, May 11, 2015 at 6:41 am

CURE International “Blogelina Launches Project to Makeover Mom Blogs, Fight Childhood Disease This Mother’s Day” from PR Web CURE Philippines “Tebow CURE opens first hospital in Asia” from Mindanao Times “Tebow has the CURE for the Philippines” from One News Now “Tim Tebow’s Children’s Hospital Opens in the Philippines” from Christian Headlines “Tim Tebow’s hospital in Davao […]

Moms are heroes

by on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 11:30 am

We think moms are heroes. Meet Ledelifa, one of the moms (and heroes!) from this video, at https://cure.org/mom.

California church partners with CUREkids

by on Friday, May 13, 2011 at 7:15 am

First Presbyterian Church of Oxnard, CA, had a special Mother’s Day fundraiser for CUREkids.   “Bountiful Bonnets” raised nearly $2,000 to fund the treatments of two CUREkids.   Ladies wore bonnets to church on Mother’s Day, and men pledged a dollar or more for each bonnet in worship that day. 

Mead Minutes: Called to travel another path

by on Sunday, May 8, 2011 at 1:38 pm

What are some of the unique challenges missionaries face? Read Tim Mead’s latest blog: #url#

Honoring the mommas

by on Friday, April 29, 2011 at 6:21 am

I’m coming up on my sixth year with CURE and, to be honest, I got into this for the kids. I get to work for an organization that helps children walk, that saves children from fatal conditions like hydrocephalus, and sends children home without the physical disfigurement they arrived with. Pretty cool. Their smiles have […]

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