Journal of Christian Nursing

Navigating complex ethical situations requires self-awareness and firm footing based on Jesus’ love.

Here’s help for nurses when diabetes and other chronic illnesses create emotional and spiritual distress in patients.

Caring for a person’s feet can translate into much needed whole-person care.

Nurses are wired to care—let’s recognize the older people around us who are starved for social connection and interaction

A patient’s example of faith bolsters a nurse when death comes close.

Many military veterans are nurses who have served in both domestic and foreign posts. These nurses, including those currently on military duty, deserve recognition for their service.

When your workplace or nursing colleagues are caustic or toxic, consider these six practical points for remaining positive.

Nurses have the optimum role model for any leadership role they perform—Jesus. His life exemplifies leadership traits we all can aspire to.

Nurses who care about health equity are powerful advocates for the sometimes invisible people who face numerable barriers to care.

"Are you courageous enough to walk in when others run out?" asks palliative care nurse Carla Adams about the art of caring for patients in distress.