Christian Nurse Blog

Take OffAfter two days of orientation in Chicago, the NCF Global Project team of nine students and two staff are leaving for Uganda on Friday, July 16, 2010.

Dr. Barbara White, RN, CNS, President of Nurses Christian Fellowship International, from Denver, CO reports that in February nurses met in Nepal for that region's very first NCFI meeting.

UgandaThe two suicide bombings that killed more than 70 people in Kampala, Uganda, during the World Cup finals on Sunday have created great concern for our NCF Uganda Global Project.

Alec HillWhat does the Supreme Court's verdict mean for campus ministries like NCF and InterVarsity?

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As a nurse, how do you respond when a load of criticism is dumped on you?

Colonial FlagAs we celebrate Independence Day, let's thank God for the nurses who played a critical role in our nation's birth during the Revolutionary War.

Global ProjectsOn July 14 a group of nine nursing students and two NCF staff leave for the NCF-Uganda Global Project. "This will be a transformational experience for each of them," said Connie Jarlsberg, NCF Missions staff who is leading the trip.

Supreme CourtOn Monday, June 28, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a case that has significant ramifications for campus ministry.

Judy ShellyOn June 30th we officially say "goodbye" to retiring NCF staff Judy Shelly whose ministry has spanned forty years. I have had a passion for relating my faith to nursing ever since I was a nursing student, when a frightened patient asked me to pray for her, Judy remembers.

NCF Blue Ridge areaCongratulations to the new Blue Ridge NCF Chapter in Virginia which recently affiliated as a professional NCF chapter. Special thanks to the group's leaders: Donna, Kimberly, Carol, Timothy, Melanie, Marilyn and Ellen.