Global Missions

Grace Tazelaar invitation to Urbana 12"If you're a Christian student in nursing or one of the healthcare professions, I want to tell you about a unique opportunity to learn more about healthcare missions," says Grace Tazelaar, NCF Missions Director, in this video inviting students to

2012 NCFI Conference videoCome with me to experience spring in the south, way south, in the warm southern hemisphere.

3222012cedarcrossesby Grace Tazelaar

It's the season of Lent when we reflect on the suffering that Jesus experienced so we can have a relationship with a holy God. Suffering is not something most people freely choose, and yet Jesus chose to suffer out of his love for us.

by Mitzie R. Meyers

I am the faculty advisor for the NCF group at Southeastern Louisiana University. We are very excited about how God has worked wonders in our efforts to reach out to those in need.

Urbana 12We're gearing up for Urbana 12 where a new generation of students will be challenged to participate in God's mission to change the world.

Barbara White, President of NCF International (NCFI), traveled to the PACEA (Pacific East Asia) region. Barbara spoke to nurses, faculty, and students in Taiwan and Korea, and in Manila she joined other NCFI leaders to teach at the regional conference sponsored by Health Care Fellowship International (HCFI). This international partnership is a first for NCFI!

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Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Living Water InternationalNursing graduates in the Spring 2011 class of East Carolina University College of Nursing left behind a unique senior class gift – far beyond the school's borders.

KBC Ugandaby Connie Jarlsberg, NCF Missions Specialist

In September I was in Uganda for a medical mission week sponsored by Kampala Baptist Church (KBC). We saw God at work in so many ways!

Question

One of our NCF members preparing for a short-term mission trip had this question for Grace Tazelaar, NCF Missions Director. . . .

NCF at GMHCWhat do today's nurses and Old Testament prophets have in common? We explored that question at the 2010 Global Missions Health Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

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