NCF Connections, June 2014

 

Will you invest in the future of healthcare?

Invest in the futureHealthcare is changing. Today’s nursing graduates are facing a challenging future in nursing. But one thing never changes: our eternal and compassionate God! He is the source of hope, identity, peace, and ultimate health and wholeness – our true shalom. This is our message as Christian nurses. It’s good news!

That’s why we are passionate about equipping nurses, students and educators to be faithful followers of Jesus in nursing.Nurses who love Jesus and serve others have a special calling in our broken and pain-filled world. We want to encourage you in the opportunities you have to reflect the love of Jesus professionally and personally.

Nurses Christian Fellowship is a non-profit ministry funded by donations. Will you join us to advance God’s Kingdom among nurses, students and educators? We want to contribute a Christian voice to nursing for a long time to come!

 

Kick-Starting NCF Ministry

Kick Start NCFNCF leader Bethany Kubias watched her NCF group grow from a handful of nursing students to more than 60 in the chapter at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. “NCF ministry excites me because of the endless ways God can work through me and other students,” Bethany said. “Our NCF group has commuters, traditional and non-traditional nursing students. We see genuine community forming among students from all levels and backgrounds.” Read more ⇒

 

 

Students and Faculty Transformed at Camp

NCF at GPCNCF Faculty Advisor Jeanette Crawford, RN, MSN, was amazed and humbled when she went to her first InterVarsity training camp with two nursing students and another faculty member in May. “I was struck by the eagerness of all the students to share their passion for the Lord. We spent many hours together scrutinizing Scripture,” she said. “I witnessed young people who burned with the desire to gain new understanding and apply it to their lives.”

 

 

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The Growing Global Pertussis Problem

Pertussis is on the rise. This article in the new Journal of Christian Nursing emphasizes the critical role nurses play in vaccination and pertussis education. CE credit of 2.5 contact hours is available. Read more ⇒

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