Bible Study

Biblical and theological literacy

ThirstyJesus invites you to come and drink!

Road with rutsAre you in a groove with Jesus -- or in a rut without him? You don't hear people say "groovy" much anymore. We used to say it when we liked something or we were comfortable with how life was going.

grapes on the vineNCF students and faculty on a weekend retreat in Michigan got a fresh look at what it means to "abide in the vine", as Jesus instructed his followers in John 15. NCF staff Renee Lick asked them to write nursing care plans based on this Biblical text.

A close friend of Jesus had been dead four days when he asked Lazarus' sister, Martha, to open the tomb (see John 11). She knew the risks were great – along with the odor.

National Nurses WeekNational Nurses Week is May 6-12, 2011. This special week provides natural opportunities for you to creatively affirm and support other nurses and embrace them with the love of Jesus. Plan now to connect, pray and engage with other nurses this week.

LentHow do you prepare for Easter? From March 9 to April 24, many followers of Jesus will participate in Lent, a time of spiritual reflection, renewal and sacrifice. Don't just give up something for Lent; take up something to focus on the person and mission of Jesus.

Wartburg CastleIn the midst of healthcare changes, we need a present help. This life is feeble and fragile. Anything can go wrong, oh so easily. As Christian nurses, our hope lies in Jesus Christ alone. He gives us hope for those we serve.

On ValueWhat does "value" mean? An NCF student leader, Alyssa Allegretto, searched the Scriptures to find the meaning of "value" as a Christian preparing for the nursing profession.

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