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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."

Faculty Advisor of the YearI am truly humbled and honored to be chosen as the first NCF Faculty Advisor of the Year.

612012bayIn 1997 Alex Cruz-Tokar got a group of nurses together at a church in Monterey, California and started an NCF group. It has been meeting ever since.

5132012phyllisby Phyllis (Tress) Olsen, NCF Member

I had time to kill when my flight from Oklahoma to Pennsylvania was suddenly delayed and rerouted, so I sought out the airport chapel and prayed, committing my new itinerary to the Lord. I should not have been surprised at what followed.

392011aedReflections from Sue Palo, NCF member

Rejoice with us in the loving intervention of God for an NCF member and faculty advisor who recently shared her story of healing.

7282011mtThis is the second part of an interview with Mary Thompson who served in various roles with NCF since her days in nursing school in the 1960s. Mary was the NCF National Director from 1984 to 2007. In part one of our interview, Mary reflects on a lifetime of working tirelessly to promote the Christian values that lie at the heart of nursing.

NCF at West Coast UniversityFor 3 weeks the new NCF group at West Coast University, Anaheim has been meeting and growing under the leadership of Jon-Erick Rodrigo.

NCF PinTake a close look at our NCF logo and you'll see what we care about most. The four hearts symbolize our four loves:

Mary ThompsonMary Thompson was the national director of NCF from 1984-2007, then she served in a fund development role with InterVarsity until June 30, 2011. Now Mary is the Minister of Congregational Care in her home church in Minneapolis, MN. We talked with Mary as she reflected on her 43 years of working tirelessly to promote the Christian values that lie at the heart of nursing.

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