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Pastor Training

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.

Some cultures hold false and harmful traditional beliefs about people with disabilities—even within the Christian church. These misconceptions can lead to discriminatory attitudes and behaviors while reinforcing structural barriers that exclude people with disabilities and deny them their rights.

CURE trains pastors and equips local churches to reach out to people with disabilities and minister with the love of Jesus—helping communities dispel harmful myths and understand that children are not cursed because of their disabilities but rather loved by God. Using our Theology of Disability curriculum, we seek to transform the attitudes of local churches and their communities towards people living with disabilities. Pastors and church communities become powerful advocates for people with disabilities, and they can help identify children in need of medical care and refer them to CURE.

What are the outcomes of successful pastoral training?

Pastors and church leaders are equipped with a biblical understanding of disability and with the tools necessary to respond to the needs of people with disabilities.

People with disabilities begin to be welcomed into communities as harmful beliefs are replaced with truthful ones: that all God’s children, regardless of ability, have value and worth.

Families and children with disabilities take a step toward mental and emotional well-being as they receive the support and care they need within their communities.

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CURE Kenya’s mission is to provide every child living with a 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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