NCF Staff

How can we believe that real joy and gladness will overtake the brokenness and death we encounter?  

Feeling sucked dry in every way and facing another 12-hour shift with difficult, needy patients, a nurse looks up and connects with the source of strength.

A chance encounter at a hotel lunch counter yields an enduring impression.

A nursing student renews her relationship with Christ and uses her nursing skills at summer camp.

Introducing Christy Secor who values growing relationships with nurses and nursing students.

I love my job as a nurse but I have another passion--walking with nursing students as they meet Jesus and follow him.

Strawberry boxIt’s funny how two people can see the same object in very different ways. When I see an empty strawberry container, I see plastic that should be tossed into a recycling bin. When my seven-year-old son sees that same container, he sees the frame for a Viking ship that he will build with pipe cleaners, paper, and lots of tape.

It is important for Christian nurses to be actively involved in a supportive community, modeling spiritual care, and mentoring in this guest editorial adapted from Journal of Christian Nursing.

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Good news just arrived for JCN! For the third year in a row, Journal of Christian Nursing made a very impressive showing in the annual awards competition for the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors (ASPHE).

God calls us to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8), but what does this look like for marginalized people in health care? Nurses and students gathered in Minnesota to explore how to represent Jesus Christ with a growing heart of compassion for the underserved in their communities.

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