Posts tagged Short-Term Trips
The hands and feet of Christ
Walking around villages, speaking with these children, and seeing the pure joy in their hearts challenged every moment in my life where I thought I was struggling, or my life was difficult in any way. Everyone from the Dominican Republic was so kind and humbly accepted the things we brought to them. One child we had the honor and privilege of meeting was a girl named Nasly. She previously had clubfoot, and it was amazing to see her walk around her house, and hug each and every one of us.
How can a loving God allow suffering?
Editor’s note: The following was submitted by Shelia Zia, a nurse practitioner who spent a month at CURE Uganda as a volunteer. If you are interested in volunteering with CURE, visit cure.org/go. I’m not sure what the date is, but I do know it is a Friday. I feel more tired today, even though I […]
Share our volunteer opportunities… win a t-shirt!
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 […]
Picture of the Week: Short-term missions at CURE Uganda
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 […]
Going to Zambia
Amy Fann leads the Zambia Go Team, which arrives in the country on July 22. Amy traveled to the CURE Zambia hospital last year and came back from Africa a changed woman. As she put it, “I left my heart in Africa.” Now, she’s ready to go back and help minister to our young patients. […]
A Sign of Summer
The longer days, warmer weather and smells of barbeque wafting through the air are all sure signs that summer has arrived. For CURE International, the beginning of summer heralds the start of the busy volunteer trip schedule. Over the next three months, more than 140 people from all over the U.S. will travel to CURE […]
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