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

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

Whatever our nursing roles, connecting with and engaging our communities is essential and valuable.

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

This excerpt of the newly revised book, Called to Care: A Christian Vision for Nursing, 3rd. ed., is from the first chapter, under the section Nursing Today.

Gaining spiritual strength and encouragement is a daily need for nurses.

Hard times and suffering aren’t merely awful—God can produce GOOD through these when we exercise spiritual resilience.

Leaping forward with faith, a group of nursing students in Maryland engages their classmates with a creative conversation-starter on self-care.

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

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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