Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

Dr. Barbara WhiteDr. Barbara White, RN, CNS, is a world-changer in healthcare education. Since nursing school, she’s had ambitious dreams of teaching nursing as ministry, and even becoming a dean. Yet her life journey has included periods of questioning God’s call and how to fulfill her vision for God’s work.

Grounded in LoveWhat sets apart some healthcare providers from others?

Pat Farrell, RN, MSN, contemplated this question during a recent hospital stay as different nurses came into her room to care for her. She noticed that one nurse, in particular, helped her feel grounded by providing an atmosphere of security, trust and rest.

HeatherAs a nurse in urban health, Heather Cutillo, R.N., lives out God’s love in tangible ways through her work in clinics that serve the homeless, the uninsured, and the afflicted in the inner city.

PrayingWhat is the role of prayer in clinical practice?

Renee's Path

I love my job as the director of NCF Student Ministries, but last spring I was approaching burn-out. It had been a great year of ministry with nursing students, but I knew I needed a break. My sabbatical in May arrived just in time!

Price of Life Comments

sleepyIt’s just the beginning of the school year, but the Lord has been talking to me about rest. I’m discovering how to be refreshed by him.

caring handsDuring a clinical rotation, nursing student Erika Hellstrom had a patient in failing health and preparing for palliative care, but his wife told Erica, “God gives us all a purpose and mine is taking care of him.”

IV Drip“Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain” (1 Corinthians 15:58 NIV).

This weekend let's remember to pray for nurses who are looking for work or considering a job change. Lord, in your mercy. . .

Connie's Strategic CallingNursing is far more than an occupation.

Pages