Spiritual Formation

Whether or not we perceive God being present with us, he is our anchor and the source of our peace.

Does your faith resemble a glowing blaze emitting warmth and light or is it more like a heap of dying embers?

Mary Thompson invites busy nursing students to have an "everyday conversation" with God.

Nurses and nursing students gather for much-needed rest, reflection and refreshing connection.

Nurses care for others with compassion but we often don't take care of ourselves.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of Nurses Christian Fellowship and decades of God’s faithfulness.

Two nursing students share a vision and passion for starting an NCF group and inviting their friends.

Like many nursing students, my academic life was driven by perfectionism—and it affected my spiritual life as well.

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Moral distress is huge in healthcare. We encounter moral distress when we believe that an action is right but, because of real or perceived constraints, we either cannot, or do not, take the action. Has this happened to you?

Early on the morning of my surgery, I was hurried to a cold, sterile X-ray suite. I needed one final diagnostic test just before a life-changing mastectomy. I was fearful, unsure of what lay in my future. All I wanted in that moment was a warm and caring connection, a gesture of support. But what happened only deepened my suffering. My technician did not even offer her name or an explanation of the test.

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