NCF Connections, March 2018

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jcnCulturally Sensitive Care for Muslims

Islam is the fastest growing religion, increasing the likelihood that most nurses will encounter Islamic adherents in their practice roles. Boost your understanding with this article, "Providing Culturally Sensitive Care for Islamic Patients and Families," FREE until April 6 from Journal of Christian Nursing. Join NCF and receive JCN quarterly as a member benefit.

nnwNational Nurses Week is Coming!

It’s not too early to think about how you can reach out to others in the nursing community during Nurses Week. This year’s theme is Nurses Inspire, Innovate, Influence. We have prepared special resources, ideas, and prayer guides for planning and promoting a variety of events. Check out the Bible-based discussion on the theme. This is a great opportunity to affirm your coworkers, pray for them, and invite them to see how the Bible applies to nursing.

meetingWhen Christian Nurses Connect

Take advantage of two NCF summer conferences that will bring together Christian nurses, nursing students and educators for personal inspiration, professional development and networking.

etxFinding Rest in East Texas

Sometimes nurses need a real break that refreshes the body and the soul. Last month,  NCF nurses and nursing students took a break from their busy lives for a weekend of much-needed rest, reflection and refreshing connection. Find out how God met them there.

suncfNCF Starts at Shenandoah University

The future of nursing is in good hands as we equip and encourage students to create a community that follows Jesus. Praise God for the new NCF chapter at Shenandoah U! A student leader describes how God’s hand was evident when the group got started.

marykayCelebrating our NCF Heritage

The NCF family grieves the loss of Mary Kay Sauder, a beloved nurse and visionary ministry leader who still inspires us today. Read more about her wonderful legacy that will influence future generations in nursing.

 

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