Spiritual Care

Praying before patient encounters invites God into the interaction, potentially impacting both patient and nurse.

This blog post was originally published by Key Ministry. It is being re-posted with permission of the author, NCF Staff, Skip McDonald.

Holding the shaking hand of a fearful patient and looking with mercy into the eyes of a desperate person—this is nursing with God-given grace.

When a nurse loses her job for giving spiritual care, what can we all learn about ethical caregiving?

Fully engaging with our patients and colleagues is one means of practicing nursing from a God-centered point of view.

Nurses inevitably undergo transitions, but we can count on God even while encountering change.

The Bible offers practical, positive responses for nurses to apply to a toxic workplace.

In the course of providing optimal nursing care, a nurse recognizes we must be alert to the Holy Spirit’s purpose in our interactions with others.

Genuine thankfulness can exist alongside the sorrow of a family member’s death when God makes his presence perceptible.

NCF celebrates the legacy of godly nurses like Mary Kay Sauder who was a devoted partner in spreading the gospel in nursing.

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