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Confronting racial injustices in our country is a spiritual war for which a nurse shares action steps to engage in the battle.

Health care isn’t the only significant factor a nurse has to consider in a missions setting. 

A nurse’s knowledge, skill, expertise, certifications and job title are insufficient to really love and serve one’s patients and colleagues. What’s the essential ingredient? 

Nurses who want to serve in mission settings of any kind can start living missionally right now. 

A devotional about God's light shining through the darkness of our world.

Self assessing for well-being in each dimension of our lives is an essential practice for nurses who want to stay strong professionally and personally. 

COVID-19 has pushed conferences online—that’s good news for nurses and students interested in global missions. The Global Missions Health Conference provides a profusion of workshops, missionary speakers and mission organizations available via your favorite device.

Nursing students connect with community despite a different looking Fall semester.

Nurses are uniquely situated to listen and foster conversations that build relationships across all races, especially when we remember that we are all made imago Dei--in the image of God.

Learning to pray is like learning nursing skills. A veteran nurse shares how to effectively communicate with God.

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