NCF Staff

1182012sonburstGod is answering prayers in the Sunshine State of Florida where 450 students gathered at "Sonburst," InterVarsity's fall conference.

Last month I traveled to Uganda to work with a multinational team of healthcare professionals from Uganda, Michigan, New York, and the United Kingdom. Our four diverse teams merged together into one unit to meet the "whole person" needs of patients at an outreach for Kampala Baptist Church.

Christian Dean FellowshipOn October 28, 2012, many of God’s chosen leaders in nursing education will gather in Washington, DC for the semiannual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. The Christian Deans Fellowship (CDF) creates an opportunity for mutual encouragement through shared worship of Jesus.

1042012stlouisAs I processed a scholarship application for Urbana 12 this week, I knew that I had to share what one student wrote in response to the question, “Why do you want to attend Urbana?”.

1042012lgbtSome time ago I realized I needed to know more about gay issues and concerns. I regularly encounter gay patients in my work as a staff nurse and I don't like the uncomfortable feeling on the unit from other patients, staff, and myself toward them.

Wichita State NCF Chapter PosterWhen the NCF leadership team at Wichita State University (KS) met to plan their meetings for the year, they were feeling overwhelmed by their busy schedules and seemed short on ideas. So they started by praying and asking God to come, to speak, to work . . .

One Thousand GiftsWhen my father died in the fall of 2011, a missionary friend sent me the book One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp. The book was a perfect reminder to "give thanks in all circumstances" (1 Thessalonians 5:18) by writing a list of one thousand gifts.

A Vision for Nursing StudentsAs a new school year begins, NCF students have unique opportunities to care for others.

GriefAs a nurse, you are intimately present with people who are seriously ill, suffering and dying. But who soothes your residual pain, anguish and doubt?

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