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Renee LickNurses have an amazing opportunity to take part in God's healing in the world! Yet many nursing students lack this vision because they do not yet know Jesus or understand His abundant love for them.

RobertNursing students in Virginia who are curious about how nursing and Christian faith intersect can stop by the NCF exhibit at the VSNA Convention February 5, 2011.

NCF at GMHCWhat do today's nurses and Old Testament prophets have in common? We explored that question at the 2010 Global Missions Health Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

Wartburg CastleIn the midst of healthcare changes, we need a present help. This life is feeble and fragile. Anything can go wrong, oh so easily. As Christian nurses, our hope lies in Jesus Christ alone. He gives us hope for those we serve.

NCF Director, Jane HallNCF Director Jane Hall shares her vision for the ministry of NCF in this feature article from InterVarsity News, "Nurturing Christian Nurses."

Global Missions Health ConferenceNCF is on a mission. We're exhorting nursing students to follow Jesus whole-heartedly in school and in nursing, and we're inviting nurses into God's mission of transformation as they serve him in their profession.

Harbor LightWe are faced with many opposing views in nursing. As Christian nurses, fear of being labeled "a fanatic" may tempt us to tone down our faith. However, we are joined with Jesus who declared, "I am the light of the world.

fall plantingPraise God for the students and faculty at more than 30 schools who are praying about sta

What a summer back in Uganda! For three weeks we introduced the NCF Global Project students to ministry possibilities in Uganda and saw God working in their hearts in deep ways. Afterward I stayed to reconnect with my former teaching colleagues and students at Makerere University. It was a joy to connect many of them with other nurses who desire to begin NCF in Uganda.

Back to SchoolThe start of the school year is an exciting time for our NCF students and staff as they invite other nursing students to get involved in the mission of NCF on their campuses.

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