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Two nursing students share a vision and passion for starting an NCF group and inviting their friends.

Like many nursing students, my academic life was driven by perfectionism—and it affected my spiritual life as well.

It's mid-semester, and students are stressed with exams, clinicals and self-doubt. NCF chapters provide a safe place to be vulnerable.

I love my job as a nurse but I have another passion--walking with nursing students as they meet Jesus and follow him.

A nurse educator reflects on a clinical rotation where students experienced the death of a patient.

Strawberry boxIt’s funny how two people can see the same object in very different ways. When I see an empty strawberry container, I see plastic that should be tossed into a recycling bin. When my seven-year-old son sees that same container, he sees the frame for a Viking ship that he will build with pipe cleaners, paper, and lots of tape.

Psalm 1On a recent trip to California, I was driving down a narrow road flanked by giant trees. They were magnificent--so big, so green, so full of life! These trees reminded me of Psalm 1:3. I wanted my life to be like a tree that is healthy, vibrant, and fruitful.

It is important for Christian nurses to be actively involved in a supportive community, modeling spiritual care, and mentoring in this guest editorial adapted from Journal of Christian Nursing.

For Christian nurses, effective listening demonstrates the compassion, understanding, and care modeled by Jesus. His listening skills serve as a practical model for applying his love today.

We are developing two significant resources for NCF student leaders.

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