NCF Summer Conference

CANAHope is vital to recovery and healing. As Christian nurses, we may believe that God is the source of all hope, but are we always hopeful? Sometimes our ability to feel hopeful and to instill hope in others needs refreshing.

God uses nurses of faith and his Word to encourage us in our spiritual journey and to help us discover new and effective ways to bring hope to our patients and nursing.

Plan now to connect with other nurses by attending an inspiring conference this summer, Infusing Hope in Nursing: A Christian Perspective. Don’t miss this opportunity to refresh your hope and your ability to bring the hope of Christ to others!

You’re invited to join other NCF nurses, educators and students July 19-22, 2018 (Conference Cancelled), for an inspirational conference in Azusa, California. Participants from the CANA region of Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI) will gather together to explore the topic, Infusing Hope in Nursing.

tweet“This conference will broaden our perspective of God at work in and through us,” said Mary Thompson, former director of Nurses Christian Fellowship/USA. “It’s an opportunity to learn from nurses in other countries.”

Christian nurse leaders will provide practical insights on current nursing issues. Seminars on leadership, evidence-based spiritual care, and other topics will inspire and encourage those who attend. A daily immersion in Scripture will be led by Alec Hill, former president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Alec will share his personal experiences receiving nursing care as a recent cancer patient.

“Christian nurses will experience a unique community through worship, prayer, education, and exploring God’s Word together, said Jane Hall, former NCF Director. “I know we will be built up and refreshed as we unite in exploring God’s purposes for us as nurses.”

Mark your calendars now and prepare to deepen your faith, learn about front-line issues for Christian nurses, and expand your cross-cultural connections! Find out more about the NCFI CANA Conference.


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