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by Cindy Carter

Recently NCF Member Cindy Carter shared her thoughts and we're passing them along for your reflection on life's tragedies and God's purposes. Thanks, Cindy!

Today I was reading Proverbs 12 when verse 21 struck me: "No disaster overcomes the righteous, but the wicked are full of misery" (HCSB).

Veteran NCF staff Judy Shelly retired last year after 40 years of ministry with InterVarsity, but she still stays in touch with close friends who served on the Mid-Atlantic Leadership Council (MALC). These gifted and godly women were instrumental in developing the ministry of NCF by advising groups of students and RNs, encouraging and leading events, and encouraging one another.

irellaRecently an NCF member shared how God led her to care for a patient just diagnosed with cancer. Irielle was in the room when the doctor spoke briefly with the stunned patient, handed her a box of tissues, and left.

NCF Member in ALAs Christians, how do we live out the Gospel through healthcare among the poor? For Brittany Long, a nurse in Alabama, this wasn't just a question to ponder in church on Sunday.

Our newest NCF nurses group is on a mission. Theses nurses and volunteers of various backgrounds hosted their first health fair event in the Huntsville, AL area. Huntsville Group

NCF brochureDid you know that NCF is both a ministry and a professional organization for nurses, students and faculty? Join a network that explores and integrates Christian faith and nursing practice to bring God's love and healing to nursing and healthcare.

PatPat Farrell leads the Greater Wytheville NCF group in Virginia, in addition to her work as a life coach, inspirational speaker and blogger.

Overcoming difficulties is routine for Misty Blue Foster, an NCF Mistymember in California with spina bifida and cloacal exstrophy.

The Perfect MomRecently we asked our NCF Googlegroup, “Why did you choose nursing?” NCF member Abby Nobel’s response charmed us.

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