Spiritual Care

A devotional outlining the mnemonic HOPE to help to support relationships.

Praying before patient encounters invites God into the interaction, potentially impacting both patient and nurse.

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

Holding the shaking hand of a fearful patient and looking with mercy into the eyes of a desperate person—this is nursing with God-given grace.

When a nurse loses her job for giving spiritual care, what can we all learn about ethical caregiving?

Fully engaging with our patients and colleagues is one means of practicing nursing from a God-centered point of view.

Nurses inevitably undergo transitions, but we can count on God even while encountering change.

The Bible offers practical, positive responses for nurses to apply to a toxic workplace.

In the course of providing optimal nursing care, a nurse recognizes we must be alert to the Holy Spirit’s purpose in our interactions with others.

Genuine thankfulness can exist alongside the sorrow of a family member’s death when God makes his presence perceptible.

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