Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

A chance encounter at a hotel lunch counter yields an enduring impression.

Long term pain can break a person’s spirit or birth deeper qualities such as patience and deepening reliance on God.

Can we face Christmas when life is not easy? Yes, we can because Jesus faces the hard times side by side with us.

In the course of providing optimal nursing care, a nurse recognizes we must be alert to the Holy Spirit’s purpose in our interactions with others.

Genuine thankfulness can exist alongside the sorrow of a family member’s death when God makes his presence perceptible.

Nurses serving in the armed forces exemplify honor, humility, and sacrifice, an example of devotion to God and our country that we recognize especially on Veterans Day.

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.

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