Life & Work

Vocational discipleship

From first year students to practicing nurses and experienced educators, each of us needs and benefits from the practice of prayer.

Nurse groups take up the challenge to support students and faculty in a novel way.

Why do Americans see us as highly honest and ethical? What makes a nurse “good” or “not so good”?

Reacting to someone’s anger is a choice to reflect God by refusing to take offense.

Being held by God’s powerful hands enabled Arhonda Osborne to become an encourager of other nurses and living out the vision God gave her.

A look at the book, The Art of Dying: Living Fully Into the Life to Come, and how it can be applied to nursing.

Instead of setting goals for this new year, Christy Secor recounts life lessons learned and prayers for God to make the most of these experiences.

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

All of us have arduous, difficult, dreadful days. Here’s how to wait well in those times.

The Golden Bone Award is just one of the ways we nurses can express and experience gratitude.