NCF International

Nurses outside North America are more greatly impacted by the pandemic, but faith and connecting with fellow nurses have been a life raft for some.

Here’s what to pray when you don’t know what to say.

God, sovereign and all-wise, heals as he decides is best; our part is to exert faith and trust his lovingkindness.

Tumultuous waves from the deep waters of life threaten but can’t drown us when we embrace the peace of Christ.

The acronym CALM is a biblical prescription for professional and personal worries.

NCF International offers global connections, spiritual enrichment, and encouragement for nurses and students around the world.

Two NCF summer conferences will bring together Christian nurses, nursing students and educators for personal inspiration, professional development and networking.

Renew your hope in Christ and connect with other nurses by attending the NCFI conference in July 2018.

12302016samandmargaretWhen Rebecca Mbok died in childbirth in 2006, along with her child, news of the tragedy spread throughout a global network of Christian nurses. Her husband, Sam Mbok, was the much-loved leader for the Fellowship of Christian Nurses in Nigeria. He also served on the Board of Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI).

10182016haitiIn the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, nurses in Haiti are deeply moved to meet the physical and spiritual needs of thousands who have lost their loved ones, homes, and communities. They are pleading for our help.

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