NCF Staff

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.

Amid this pandemic and other uncertainties nationally and personally, this devotional offers true, lasting hope for ourselves and to encourage others.

NCF student ministries creates a place for nursing students to explore and start their walk with Jesus and grow in their faith. 

When our security is at risk, fear surges. The antidote for fear is trusting God, the Author of the impossible. A devotional on fear from the NCF Director.

A black nurse expresses her experiences and insight about racial injustice and how all nurses can effect change.

How does God transform us as nurses and followers of Jesus? For this nurse, it’s been via an unplanned, agonizing, and revealing journey.

In their professional practice, nurses must continually be learning and expanding their knowledge, including how to express faith through their work.

Working in a unit full of coronavirus patients induces stress mixed with thankfulness for a nurse in the thick of the pandemic.

This blog post was originally published by Key Ministry. It is being re-posted with permission of the author, NCF Staff, Skip McDonald.

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