Bible Study

Biblical and theological literacy

NCF Bible StudiesWhether you're in nursing school or in nursing practice, we hope you're growing in your spiritual development. Here are some tools to equip you for personal or group Bible study and strengthen your faith in the Lord:

A Vision for Nursing StudentsAs a new school year begins, NCF students have unique opportunities to care for others.

532012nnwHere’s a devotional from Mark 2:1-12 with a look at how Jesus and his followers were Advocating, Leading and Caring for a very sick friend.

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National Nurses Week is May 6-12, 2012. This special week provides natural opportunities for you to creatively affirm and support other nurses and embrace them with the love of Jesus. Plan now to connect, pray and engage with other nurses this week.

JCN Editorby Kathy Schoonover-Shoffner, JCN Editor

How do you maintain your sense of vocation and calling as a nurse or nurse educator? Recently I was asked to speak on this challenging topic at two events hosted by Seattle Pacific University. What a rich experience we had together!

Bible studyFour new Bible studies for nursing students are now available online. The NCF series, "What's Vital?" has expanded to eight studies covering topics that integrate faith, nursing and spiritual care.

LaunchGrab your laptop and gather some friends for an online Bible study featuring common questions about faith in Jesus.

ThirstyJesus invites you to come and drink!

Road with rutsAre you in a groove with Jesus -- or in a rut without him? You don't hear people say "groovy" much anymore. We used to say it when we liked something or we were comfortable with how life was going.

grapes on the vineNCF students and faculty on a weekend retreat in Michigan got a fresh look at what it means to "abide in the vine", as Jesus instructed his followers in John 15. NCF staff Renee Lick asked them to write nursing care plans based on this Biblical text.

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