Local Mission

#PriceOfLifeNYCMorgan Hennessey is a former NCF student leader with big dreams. She is planning a special seminar October 7-9, 2013 for healthcare students and professionals in the NY/NJ area to raise awareness and fight human trafficking.

2012-13 Bulletin Board

Our NCF bulletin board says it all: Last year was a fruitful year of ministry among nursing students!

Forget-me-notsStudents facing final exams are stressed this time of year, so no one knew how many nursing students would come to the last NCF meeting at Wichita State University.  Surprisingly, 17 students and 9 teachers arrived for the final luncheon gathering.

Delaware NCFPopcorn in hand, an NCF Nurses group in Delaware kicked off Nurses Week with Movie Night. They selected the inspirational film, NURSES If Florence Could See Us Now,* which explores the complex, exciting and challenging world of being a nurse.

Nursing student group at Urbana 12People ask me, “How was Urbana?” Ultimately, for me, it wasn’t about the mission field; it was a time of spiritual restoration and refreshment and community building – and now I have a renewed vision for building a biblical community on my campus.

Melissa and BuckyI am a nursing student at the University of Wisconsin. A recent personal tragedy reminded me why I want to be a nurse.

Summer in LawndaleLast summer, I spent seven weeks in North Lawndale, a neighborhood of Chicago with a reputation for gang violence, poverty, STDs, obesity, and limited access to health care.

The White UmbrellaSex trafficking occurs daily in communities all around us. Every year, thousands of young women are forced into sexual exploitation. Most are under the age of 18 with an average age being 14. The damage this causes to their emotions and souls is immeasurable, but they are not without hope.

There are nearly 200 students in the nursing school at Rose State College in Oklahoma -- and more than 150 (75%) have opted in to the campus chapter of Nurses Christian Fellowship. Here is how one faculty advisor uses web ministry to affect the lives of nursing students.

Donate to the NCF TeamI asked the unit manager of a busy outpatient oncology unit, "What do you look for in hiring for your unit?" She responded emphatically, "The nurses here have to be team players, ready to step in for others."

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