NCF Staff

Nurse, mental health resource specialist, and Bible study creator Skip McDonald reaches the milepost of 45 years in nursing this year. In this continuation of last week’s blog about her life and professional journey, Skip inspires us as nurses and followers of Jesus.

Wonder, wisdom, weathering harsh treatment, and holding to the Word: One nurse’s journey demonstrates the power and pleasure of walking with God.

When slogging through long days while holding off fears and the unknown can resemble an over-long hike around a marshy lagoon, hold onto invincible hope.

If you’re tempted to give up on dreams and hope because of dismal circumstances, anchor yourself onto a solid base.

As you look toward Christmas in this very strange year, would you give yourself some intangible and invaluable gifts?

As 2020 ends, intentionally ask God what he wants you to gain from this unusual season.

A stack of stones is a visual and spiritual reminder of God’s answers for our prayers.

A devotional about God's light shining through the darkness of our world.

Nurses are uniquely situated to listen and foster conversations that build relationships across all races, especially when we remember that we are all made imago Dei--in the image of God.

Learning to pray is like learning nursing skills. A veteran nurse shares how to effectively communicate with God.

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