Campus Vitals is the monthly student ministry newsletter of Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF).
In this Issue:
Devotional: Where is God in Suffering?
Campus Story: Missionary Inspires Nursing Students
Leaders Corner: Urbana seminars that address Healthcare Missions
Faculty Corner: Bringing Hope to Campus; Advisor Responsibilities and Benefits
Upcoming Opportunities: Urbana Missions Conference
Nursing school is a time where many students struggle with the realities of suffering. If God is good, why does he allow suffering? Is there a purpose to it? The blog post, Where is God in Suffering?, touches on this topic and hopefully will give you something to reflect on and discuss as a group.
Has your chapter hosted a speaker who energized your group? Last year the NCF chapter at CSU-LB was Inspired by a Missionary. We hope you feel encouraged after reading how a missionary had an impact on this chapter.
Are you or others interested in using your nursing skills to serve in a missions capacity? Come to Urbana 18 (Dec. 27-31) in St. Louis, MO. Urbana is the premier missions conference for college students. Hear from global speakers, participate in healthcare missions seminars, and connect with hundreds of missions agencies. This conference occurs only once every three years, so this may be your only chance to attend as a student! Learn more in Upcoming Opportunities section below.
DO TODAY:Join the NCF Student Leaders Facebook Group. It’s a great place to ask questions of other student leaders, share prayer requests, and glean new ideas! Share this e-newsletter with others in your NCF group. They can subscribe to this monthly Campus Vitals newsletter by emailing NCF.
As Christian faculty you bring Hope to Campus. Tom Lin, InterVarsity President, addresses the crucial contribution you bring to your campus.
Discern your place in God’s global mission at Urbana 18, December 27-31, 2018 in St. Louis, MO. NCF will host a lounge for students to process what God is saying to them about serving God in nursing or through healthcare missions. Partial scholarship assistance is available for pre-licensure students.