Education & Training

In the face of hopelessness surrounded by darkness, God’s redeeming strength brings light and life to a nursing school.

As faculty and staff return to campus, meditate on this prayer and all that God promises to those who trust him.

Nursing educators sometimes do their best work by listening intently to their students and envisioning conflictive scenarios as opportunities.

In spite of a year of hurdles, obstacles, and distancing, student nurses are finding Jesus when they need him most.

Whatever our nursing roles, connecting with and engaging our communities is essential and valuable.

Professional development is a continual process for nurses, and mentoring is a means for novice and experienced nurses to grow professionally and spiritually.

This excerpt of the newly revised book, Called to Care: A Christian Vision for Nursing, 3rd. ed., is from the first chapter, under the section Nursing Today.

How do you begin a nursing career in the midst of a pandemic? A nursing educator speaks encouragement and empowerment to new nurses entering the profession.

COVID-19 has pushed conferences online—that’s good news for nurses and students interested in global missions. The Global Missions Health Conference provides a profusion of workshops, missionary speakers and mission organizations available via your favorite device.

NCF student ministries creates a place for nursing students to explore and start their walk with Jesus and grow in their faith. 

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