Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

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.

Nurses who work 12-hour shifts can benefit from these 10 tips for safe practice.

NCF celebrates the legacy of godly nurses like Mary Kay Sauder who was a devoted partner in spreading the gospel in nursing.

Nurses care for others with compassion but we often don't take care of ourselves.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of Nurses Christian Fellowship and decades of God’s faithfulness.

Just after Mary Berg Barkman graduated from nursing school 45 years ago, she attended her first conference with Nurses Christian Fellowship. It was the first time she received training on caring for the spiritual needs of her patients.

God calls us to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8), but what does this look like for marginalized people in health care? Nurses and students gathered in Minnesota to explore how to represent Jesus Christ with a growing heart of compassion for the underserved in their communities.

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As nurses, we regularly encounter suffering. We also suffer. Suffering is a part of life, and we all ask, Why?

11292016oruRecently, I've been focusing on how to seek and receive God's direction, how to find and stay in that place where I hear his voice. What I want is to understand God's leading and the right actions, words, or decisions for everyday situations. This can feel like instinct or intuition. But as Christians, it can be the leading of the Holy Spirit.

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