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Grace Tazelaar invitation to Urbana 12"If you're a Christian student in nursing or one of the healthcare professions, I want to tell you about a unique opportunity to learn more about healthcare missions," says Grace Tazelaar, NCF Missions Director, in this video inviting students to

NCF 2012 graduateThe 2012 class of new graduate nurses will be doing much more than working at hospitals and clinics.

chemical beakerNCF Director Jane Hall still remembers studying chemical catalysts in her first chemistry course. Decades later, it's a fitting metaphor for the new catalysts in ministry that she sees today.

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.

5172012studentIt's hard to find a good investment these days, but here's one we think you'll like. We just crunched the numbers on our NCF student chapters for the school year, and we're bursting with delight at the growth God has provided.

4262012holisticWhat happens when nurses and nursing students get together and tell stories of God's healing work in the lives of patients?

"God gets the glory as the one who heals," said Miriam Robinson, NCF Campus Volunteer. She prayed for weeks with the student leaders of the NCF chapter who hosted the event, "Holistic Healing," at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.

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4232012queenskipThirty eight years ago, NCF staff Skip McDonald was honored as the first Black homecoming queen at Valdosta State (GA). The event made headlines in the local newspaper, mostly due to what happened at the homecoming basketball game that evening.

4192012lkWhere were you on April 19, 1982? You may not remember, but I know where I was! This day changed the rest of my life – and probably changed Nurses Christian Fellowship as well.

3222012cedarcrossesby Grace Tazelaar

It's the season of Lent when we reflect on the suffering that Jesus experienced so we can have a relationship with a holy God. Suffering is not something most people freely choose, and yet Jesus chose to suffer out of his love for us.

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