Journal of Christian Nursing

Where can nurses get facts and truth about COVID vaccination to avoid  sharing misinformation?

How’s our communication going? Are we sharing truth in an insensitive, calloused way, or gently and lovingly, as Jesus would?

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.

When a nurse prays with or for a patient, is the nurse pushing a personal faith practice on an unwilling individual?

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

Gratitude is both a spiritual practice and a health-producing, research-supported mindset, even—especially—when life is dry and hard.

How can a nurse frame his or her work stress to good effect? One evidence-based option is considering one’s work as sacred.

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.

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