Christian Nurse Blog

Where does a Christian nurse take a stand when beliefs, views, and our own human pride create divisions at work, in communities, and in church?

Who can fathom what really took place first in a virgin’s womb in Nazareth and then in a stable in Bethlehem?

As a Christian college student, I longed to be used by God.

God in his mercy is shaping and changing nursing students’ lives, as evidenced at the recent NCF retreat (first in-person retreat post-COVID).

Approaching Christmas, here’s how to treasure all the moments of this season, not just the Instagram-worthy, wrapped-up-in-a-bow experiences.

Words of genuine gratitude to the volunteers who serve nursing and NCF.

God sees you and he hears you. This short prayer resonates with each of us at some point, reviving our hope and awareness of God’s nearness.

Many military veterans are nurses who have served in both domestic and foreign posts. These nurses, including those currently on military duty, deserve recognition for their service.

When your workplace or nursing colleagues are caustic or toxic, consider these six practical points for remaining positive.

The practice of paying attention can bring into focus the ways God is present and working in your life and in the world around you.


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