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NCF at GMHCWhat do today's nurses and Old Testament prophets have in common? We explored that question at the 2010 Global Missions Health Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

Are you looking for the perfect gift for a special nurse or new graduate? Here are some ideas:

signatureWhat letters do you have behind your name? It may be RN, ADN, MSN, BSN, PhD, CCRN or DE. Credentials help others identify our educational preparation, our accomplishments and our professional status. But they don't define who we really are.

Wartburg CastleIn the midst of healthcare changes, we need a present help. This life is feeble and fragile. Anything can go wrong, oh so easily. As Christian nurses, our hope lies in Jesus Christ alone. He gives us hope for those we serve.

National Survivors of Suicide DaySuicide leaves deep and lasting wounds among survivors.

Having the ConversationHow do you talk with your aging parents about their future plans, or giving up the car? If your parent's health is deteriorating and you don't know what to say, check out this website.

CONGRATs to the newly-affiliated chapter of professional nurses in Huntsville/Madison, AL! May the Lord be working through you to reach other nurses in your area. We are praying for you: Brittany, Anna, Carol, Monica, Jan and Elaine.

Marian UniversityCONGRATS to the new NCF group at Marian University (IN) on your NCF chapter affiliation! Special thanks to student leaders Loralee and Hilary, plus Professor Corliss, Faculty Advisor.

NCF Director, Jane HallNCF Director Jane Hall shares her vision for the ministry of NCF in this feature article from InterVarsity News, "Nurturing Christian Nurses."

A person dying from AIDS faces a horrible, painful death. In 2008, 2 million people died from this terrible disease, with 2.7 million people becoming newly infected, adding to the 33.4 million people already living with HIV, according to estimates. This means that the rate of infection is still growing!

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