Global Missions

Nurses using health education openings are planting the seeds of salvation in places were Christ is unknown.

In the dark aftermath of a disaster, a nurse experiences supernatural light and power.

Nurses outside North America are more greatly impacted by the pandemic, but faith and connecting with fellow nurses have been a life raft for some.

Health care isn’t the only significant factor a nurse has to consider in a missions setting. 

Nurses who want to serve in mission settings of any kind can start living missionally right now. 

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.

God blesses a nurse and rural Guatemalans through a DAISY award.

A faith community nurse in Ukraine relates how enabling patients to die with dignity is a new concept in this former Soviet republic.

Nursing students who attended the 2018 Urbana Missions Conference express how God met them there.

The Urbana Missions Conference is just around the corner! Thousands of students and faculty will be coming together in Saint Louis, Missouri December 27-31. NCF will be hosting the Healthcare Students and Professionals Lounge in the Marriott Grand hotel.