Spiritual Formation

Santhiny Rajamohan’s own educational challenges and God’s Word in practice have shaped her perspective of teaching nursing students.

Nurse Karen Mace experienced crushing grief which she eventually allowed God to use in deepening her faith and expanding her care for others.

As nurses of faith, we can do hard things in the fullness of joy in Christ.

As faculty and staff return to campus, meditate on this prayer and all that God promises to those who trust him.

Can you use a few words—three, actually--of encouragement this week?

When regret shows up in our lives, how we face that regret may reflect how we view God.

How’s your prayer habit? Are you on remote control, or are you emulating powerful prayers from Scripture?

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.

Gratitude is both a spiritual practice and a health-producing, research-supported mindset, even—especially—when life is dry and hard.

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