Christian Nurse Blog

A pediatric nurse confronts hard topics that wear down nurses and provides practical spiritual insights to thrive as nurses and individuals.

Nurses hold families’ grief, iPads for final good-byes, and dying patients’ hands; this family member is deeply grateful to nurses.

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

“We need one another,” asserts a nurse who’s making a way to support other nurses.

Adventure and healthcare interweave so beautifully for nurses who diversify their skills and experience by serving at camp.

Easter washing over us stirs deep emotion, awe, and gratitude.

In whatever situation we find ourselves today, blessing is just waiting for us when we choose to speak to God.

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.

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