Journal, Tour


September 15, 2016 — Chad Butler

In 29 countries around the world, CURE International has committed itself to one goal: to heal kids with treatable disabilities.

On our recent trip to the Philippines we were invited to visit a CURE hospital and see firsthand the important work they are doing.  Watch now!

The CURE hospital in Davao City is literally changing the future for children who otherwise have very little hope.
Thousands of children with disabilities are being offered hope and restoration. The fact that CURE even exists gives me so much hope for future generations around the world.  We are partnering with CURE who provides Surgeries for KIDS with Treatable Disabilities around the world.

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As a CURE Hero, you get to change the world by helping a different child each month
$35 a month will help provide healing for a child in a CURE hospital
There are many ways to get involved, you can become a HERO today or you can give your time and write a letter of encouragement to a child in the hospital… CLICK HERE for more info

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  • John Trenter

    I love the collaboration of CURE with SF especially being a former critical care RN in my past. Thank you all. Two friends of mine are missions MDs as a married couple and come and go to the US. They work here in regular practices for a year or two, then go to foreign countries to serve for a year or two paying their own expenses. The husband is a great ENT surgeon who did 900 cleft palate surgeries in his last visit to Ethiopia, an amazing couple. She does clinic improvements in the general health of the communities. So I am praying for CURE and SF’s wonderful collaboration with them!

  • John Trenter

    Great concert at the Myth Fri eve, my wife and I loved the passion and energy and the screen graphics and mixing of lyrics from other songs into the current one being sung. Not many bands are able to do that ad lib, so we enjoyed it very much. Personally, I loved the live singing of “I Won’t Let You Down.” Thanks, I hope people who are unbelievers in Jesus can see the Light through that song. his Best to you the rest of fall, also thanks for partnering with CURE, will send in support soon for that.

  • Joy Hughes

    This partnership is really awesome! It is especially meaningful as my nephew was treated surgically for hydrocephalus using the technique one of their advisors pioneered. Lucky for my nephew that he lives in the US. Thanks for partnering with this amazing organization SF!!

  • John Trenter

    This is incredibly beautiful, to be able to connect w/ Tresford in the hospital now. What a privilege for my family! makes me love SF even more than before! I praise my God for them!


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