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NCF PinTake a close look at our NCF logo and you'll see what we care about most. The four hearts symbolize our four loves:

Courage and Calling -by Gordon T. SmithGordon T.

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hands"Nursing has been discussing spiritual care as long as I can remember," says Verna Benner Carson. "Yet confusion remains regarding what spiritual care entails."

GraduateWe're celebrating nursing students who are graduating and following Jesus into the nursing profession. Well done!

"This can be a difficult time as new graduates take their licensure exams and start new positions," said Bonnie Hann, NCF Campus Liaison. "We want to help with this transition so they can have a positive influence as Christian nurses."

As spring blooms around the country, we're rejoicing that new life in Jesus transforms nurses, students and faculty who have a life-giving influence in healthcare.

National Nurses WeekNational Nurses Week is May 6-12, 2011. This special week provides natural opportunities for you to creatively affirm and support other nurses and embrace them with the love of Jesus. Plan now to connect, pray and engage with other nurses this week.

RN, APNWhere can Christian advanced practice nurses (APNs) support one another? The Journal of Christian Nursing now provides a regular column just for APNs.

by Mary Thompson

JCN Spring 1984Where were you in the spring of 1984? That's when NCF launched the premier issue of the new Journal of Christian Nursing. Yes, that was a long time ago!

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