Journal of Christian Nursing

Nurses agree that our own self-care is insufficient or non-existent. Try out these suggestions to amp up your self-care and reflect glory to God.

Appreciating what God has made is a simple and powerful avenue of worship and wonder.

In the crazy-busy days of nursing care, forms of prayer that are crisp and concise can sustain, nourish, and center us in ways that can be folded into the relentless movement of the day.

What makes us lovable? Not approval, achievement, or societal worth, but God’s breath that has given us life.

As we nurses and Christians strive for health equity, which can seem distant and unachievable, we remember that God is always working and we’re invited to join in that work.

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

Where can we find something to be thankful for this season? Let God whisper where and how in this Thanksgiving devotional.

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

Nurses are uniquely situated to listen and foster conversations that build relationships across all races, especially when we remember that we are all made imago Dei--in the image of God.

Nurses, through their work and their interactions, live out the definition of caring. This devotional by Jan Wilson illustrates how Christian nurses are expressing Christ through their caring.

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