NCF Staff

How do we express to God the grief, frustration, and helplessness we and our colleagues have endured this year?

How can a simple dinner invitation or an intentional conversation be shafts of God-light to neighbors and community members?

A cascade of prayer and a carload of gift baskets convey care and compassion to health workers trying to heal from trauma.

Remembering an oncology nurse whose own cancer battle is now over is one way to celebrate the life and nursing ministry of a beloved friend.

Permission to breathe, to celebrate, to grieve, to be present--sacred space is what God desires with each of us.

Professional development is a continual process for nurses, and mentoring is a means for novice and experienced nurses to grow professionally and spiritually.

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.

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