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Last semester, 48 nursing students made decisions to follow Jesus through NCF ministry. Here are more exciting highlights from chapters across the country.

When we hope in God, we look upward and focus on the future with an eager anticipation of what God can and will do.

Jesus Christ, whose birth we celebrate this month, came to live with us. Real people saw God with their eyes, touched him, and listened directly to the Word of God. What a powerful experience!

When God shows up and asks me to do something impossible or risky, I remember Mary’s response, “I am a servant of the Lord; may it be done according to your word!”

Martin Luther and his pregnant wife demonstrated God's sacrificial love as they cared for the sick and dying during a devasting plague.

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.

It's mid-semester, and students are stressed with exams, clinicals and self-doubt. NCF chapters provide a safe place to be vulnerable.

I love my job as a nurse but I have another passion--walking with nursing students as they meet Jesus and follow him.

A nurse educator reflects on a clinical rotation where students experienced the death of a patient.

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