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

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

Nursing educators sometimes do their best work by listening intently to their students and envisioning conflictive scenarios as opportunities.

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.

From a weekly prayer group as a nursing student, a nurse/wife/mother launched into a lifetime of Bible teaching and birthing new believers in Jesus.

 

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.

Knowing intellectually that God is a strong place of security is not the same as confidently acting on that fact.

In spite of a year of hurdles, obstacles, and distancing, student nurses are finding Jesus when they need him most.

How can a nurse frame his or her work stress to good effect? One evidence-based option is considering one’s work as sacred.

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