Trusting God in Nursing School

As a nursing student, how do you deal with the stress and anxiety that come with a rigorous academic program and clinical demands? In a profession that expects you to care for others, how do you care for yourself?

This Bible study series will help you grow your faith in Christ and provide opportunities for you to share what you’re learning with others in your nursing school.

God is good and you can trust him!

Identity in Christ

As a nursing student, where do you primarily find your identity or value? This Bible study from Luke 10:38-42 is a reminder that a person’s core identity can be found in God’s love.
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Comfort in Suffering

How do you find comfort when you experience painful circumstances? The Apostle Paul offers us a valuable perspective on suffering and where to find comfort in 2 Corinthians 1:3-7.
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Relying on Ourselves or God?

What do you rely on to get through challenging times, including nursing school? See what the Bible has to say about how to rely on God in 2 Corinthians 1:8-11.
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Shining Like Stars

You may strive to be a star nursing student, but what qualities does God look for in his followers? See what is needed for an exemplary life in this Bible study on Philippians 2:12-16.
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Rx for Anxiety

We all deal with anxious moments, but nursing school can magnify anxiety. Consider what the Bible has to say about anxiety in Philippians 4:4-13.
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God’s Strength in Our Weakness

None of us like to admit our weaknesses, especially in the demanding environment of nursing school. What does the Bible say about our weaknesses? Can they also be a strength?
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Facing Failure

No one wants to fail. We want to be confident, competent, and true to our word. But even Jesus’ closest friends failed him under pressure. See how Jesus responds to one disciple’s failure.
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The Competitive Edge

Whether intentionally or not, nursing school breeds a sense of competition among students. How should we handle a competitive spirit, and what does Jesus have to say about this attitude?
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