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Bedside Ministry & Materials

In every country where CURE works, we aim to ensure that every child with a treatable disability can reach their full potential through God’s hope and healing.

The disability community is one of the largest unreached groups in the world; less than 10 percent of people with disabilities are reached with the gospel. Children with disabilities are often rejected and stigmatized by their own communities—and sometimes even by their own families. In addition to treating their physical burdens through world-class surgical care, CURE works to ease their emotional burdens by ministering with the love of Jesus in word and deed.

Through bedside ministry, CURE provides compassionate care for children and families regardless of religious or tribal affiliation. Our spiritual team members visit patients and caregivers to listen to their stories, offer prayers and counseling, share the gospel, and give words of encouragement (and the occasional toy). For those who want them, CURE provides Bibles, audio Bibles, and other Christian literature in mother-tongue languages.

What are the outcomes of successful bedside ministry?

Children with disabilities reach their full potential and gain confidence as they understand their God-given worth and value.

Children receive a new perspective on the value they bring to their communities, increasing their dignity and self-esteem.

The gospel’s reach extends into communities as patients and families share the Christian literature and resources that are sent home with them.

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CURE Malawi’s mission is to provide every child living with a treatable disability the physical, emotional, and spiritual care they need to heal. If you have questions about becoming a patient or a partner with CURE, please contact us.

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