NCF Connections, June 2016

Kathy and JaneNew Beginnings

On June 30 I complete my tenure as NCF Director and turn over the leadership of NCF to Kathy Schoonover-Shoffner. As I end this season of my career as a nurse, educator and ministry leader, I  think with joy of the nursing students who are beginning their careers and trusting God for opportunities to give whole-person care with the compassion of Christ. Throughout their careers, they can take advantage of NCF membership and resources to continue Jesus’ transformational work in themselves and in nursing. Read more from Jane Hall.

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July-September JCNNEW Journal of Christian Nursing!

Toxic nursing is a threat to the nursing profession. Don’t miss this article: "Surviving (Even Thriving) in a Toxic Workplace." Learn how to identify unhealthy work environments through sick systems, toxic leaders, or dysfunctional  colleagues—and how to cope with them.

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BrookeChanged Lives through NCF

NCF staff Krista Doan says, “I love this time of year when our graduating seniors realize that their nursing dreams are about to become a reality and God creates new dreams for how they can serve him by caring for others as nurses. Brooke is a senior who shared her story with next year’s NCF leaders. She sums up why NCF invests in the spiritual development of nursing students: “My experience with NCF has truly been life-changing, and I am so grateful that God called me to be a part of it!” Read more⇒

 

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