New Bible Studies Available

Following Christ in Nursing Bible StudiesSix new bible studies have just become available, inviting nurses and students to engage in dialogue with Jesus as we see him interact with people in the Bible.

The original series and these new studies were written by Mary Thompson, a former NCF Director, as a means to encourage us to represent Christ in nursing. Mary’s desire is that nurses and students grow in their biblical understanding and practice by digging into the Scriptures for personal and professional strength, direction, and inspiration.

“The studies are interactive,” Mary explained. “The user observes what is in the passage and engages in ongoing reflection about this content, with prayer throughout the study.”

“Follow Jesus in his interaction with people facing different challenges, including death and grief, and learn from him about providing spiritual care in nursing. Consider ways that Jesus and his followers bring justice and hope to the nations,” Mary said.

“As we follow Jesus in nursing through intentional study, we gain a biblically-based, Christian perspective of ourselves, our colleagues, patients and families, and issues in healthcare. These are life-giving foundations for us—and for our profession.”

These Bible studies can be used by individuals, small groups, or nurses mentoring new graduates and students to prepare the next generation of Christian nurses.

The additions grow the series from five to 11 studies. New titles are

“God is at work in our profession,” Mary asserts. “We are part of the mission of Jesus Christ that will make a difference and bring glory to God. Enjoy the journey of following Jesus through the Bible content and resources in this series.”

Resources:

Bible Study Materials

Bible Studies from InterVarsity Press

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