Nursing Students

NCF at UNCGMiriam Robinson's joy overflows when she talks about how God is working in the NCF group at the University of North Carolina – Greensboro. Miriam is a staff volunteer with NCF.

Day of PrayerIf you're praying for spiritual revival in our country, the place to start is with the campus. "As students go, so goes the nation." The Collegiate Day of Prayer is Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012.

Psalm 26:2-3“Reflection is active, purposeful thought applied to an experience to understand the meaning of that experience for the individual. The aim of this purposeful thought is to gain understanding, which then leads to changes in what we do, and new perspectives.

NCF at FSUThere is new life in the NCF group at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Praise God!

"Last year, the FSU group had critically dwindled," said Bonnie Hann, NCF Chapter Liaison. "The faculty advisor prayed faithfully and one student ignited a spark that really caught on. It's exciting."

by Mitzie R. Meyers

I am the faculty advisor for the NCF group at Southeastern Louisiana University. We are very excited about how God has worked wonders in our efforts to reach out to those in need.

Florida nursing students

Bible studyFour new Bible studies for nursing students are now available online. The NCF series, "What's Vital?" has expanded to eight studies covering topics that integrate faith, nursing and spiritual care.

StopMorgan Hennessey is a world-changer. Morgan is a 2011 nursing graduate who is unemployed but not discouraged.  God has nudged her to use this time of job-hunting to reach out to local nursing communities about how they can help combat human trafficking.

NCF student conference"I understand now that nursing is a ministry," commented a nursing student who attended the NCF conference, "What's Vital: Basics in Spiritual Care" on October 22, 2011 in Durham, NC.

prayer togetherWhen NCF Faculty Advisor Mary Lyons offered to pray for students before their exams, she was surprised to see more than 30 students respond to her invitation, out of a class of 44.

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