Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

Does your faith resemble a glowing blaze emitting warmth and light or is it more like a heap of dying embers?

Nurse ethicist Marcia Fowler believes ethics is not just about situations and others; it is also about one’s duties to self.

Dementia’s consequences leave family members needing constant care while the caregivers absorb hard lessons about patience and grace.

The acronym CALM is a biblical prescription for professional and personal worries.

Worship, nurture, and serving have generated a thriving, proactive nurses group in Delaware.

A new NCF group connects nurses who encourage and pray for each other and celebrate what God is doing.

These 5 tips from runners also apply to the spiritual life and how we run our race for Christ.

Nurses who meet in Christian community find encouragement and spiritual support together.

Nurses who put their faith into practice through inspiration, innovation, and influence will benefit patients and nursing—and themselves—in lasting ways.

Jane Hall reflects on the immense value of NCF professional membership in her life as a nurse and as a Christian.

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