Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

We’re trained to see beyond the physical needs of our patients. Could we also see our colleagues and co-workers from a new angle?

Readiness to intervene in the instance of potential harm to a patient means following the example of Jesus.

A friendly Irish setter and garden vegetables embody the goodness of neighbors whose hearts are tuned to loving God.

With pain and massive sorrow felt everywhere, we need to lament to the God who listens.

Cultivate a healthy practice of being thankful—and become acutely aware of the liberal lovingkindness of Jesus toward us.

Hectic work and home life plus hard times and weariness can mask the supernatural reality that God is present with us.

Mental health and illness remain a stigma even in the life of the church, but we can change that.


The journey of faith in nursing can be facilitated through a combination of discipleship and mentorship.

Hearing aids can reduce your risk of dementia, so why do so few people get and use a hearing aid?

Where is God in the midst of a patient’s intractable pain—or our own suffering?