As a Christian college student, I longed to be used by God.
Nurses have the optimum role model for any leadership role they perform—Jesus. His life exemplifies leadership traits we all can aspire to.
Persevering through the imposed reality of virtual meetings, nursing students and faculty are rebuilding in-person connections again in Florida.
A pediatric nurse confronts hard topics that wear down nurses and provides practical spiritual insights to thrive as nurses and individuals.
Transforming our workplaces to nurture rather than hamper students’ and new nurses’ professional flourishing is in our hands, via a Colossians 3 mindset.
Nursing students, faculty advisors, and nurse educators can regain or taste for the first time the other-worldly peace God gives when we make time to listen and respond to him.
From first year students to practicing nurses and experienced educators, each of us needs and benefits from the practice of prayer.
Because foundations were carefully constructed, communities of students and faculty at many nursing schools are sprouting up and growing spiritually.
Santhiny Rajamohan’s own educational challenges and God’s Word in practice have shaped her perspective of teaching nursing students.
A nurse educator role models to students how to keep current on evidence-based practice by using a familiar tool.