Journal of Christian Nursing

Fully engaging with our patients and colleagues is one means of practicing nursing from a God-centered point of view.

The Bible offers practical, positive responses for nurses to apply to a toxic workplace.

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

How can nurses run fast enough to keep their footing on the rapid treadmill of digital skills and healthcare knowledge?

Long term pain can break a person’s spirit or birth deeper qualities such as patience and deepening reliance on God.

A neonatal nurse reflects on how Mary, the earthly mother of Jesus, might have experienced labor and delivery centuries ago.

In the course of providing optimal nursing care, a nurse recognizes we must be alert to the Holy Spirit’s purpose in our interactions with others.

Nurse ethicist Marcia Fowler believes ethics is not just about situations and others; it is also about one’s duties to self.

Dementia’s consequences leave family members needing constant care while the caregivers absorb hard lessons about patience and grace.

Sharon Hinton describes the growth of faith community nursing and the JCN column she’s written for 10 years.

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