Spiritual Formation

Transforming our workplaces to nurture rather than hamper students’ and new nurses’ professional flourishing is in our hands, via a Colossians 3 mindset.

Inner transformation is one way trauma can result in positive personal benefits. Here’s how nurses can profit from the hard things we’ve endured.

Nursing students, faculty advisors, and nurse educators can regain or taste for the first time the other-worldly peace God gives when we make time to listen and respond to him.

Each of us is trying to find footing, manage anxiety, and regain vision for our future. Some ancient letters offer us the best kind of help.

Instead of setting goals for this new year, Christy Secor recounts life lessons learned and prayers for God to make the most of these experiences.

Revel in the light of Epiphany even when winter’s darkness seems so penetrating.

How’s our communication going? Are we sharing truth in an insensitive, calloused way, or gently and lovingly, as Jesus would?

All of us have arduous, difficult, dreadful days. Here’s how to wait well in those times.

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.

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