Watch Christian Immunologist Dr James Yun as he goes through his approach to COVID-19 vaccination
These prayer guides are a call to prayer for God’s protection in every place, and to trust in Him with our lives.
Join in praying for the needs of the Christian nurses scattered around the world and thanking the Lord for his many provisions during this time.
The second compilation of NCFI Cares devotions for nurses
expands on a devotion with the insight and application of a Bible study. Each reflection begins with a central scripture and a brief teaching or insight. Unique to CARES II is the inclusion of an accompanying passage of scripture, reflective question, and a simple prayer. They can be used for a personal prayer/devotional time or part of connecting a nursing fellowship group
The Saline Process is a witness training programme designed to equip and mobilise Christian healthcare workers as witnesses of the love and reality of Jesus in their place of work.
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Want Saline for a group in your area? Drop us an email through the Contact US page and we'll get onto that.
InterVarsity NCF in the USA has a wealth of resources available. Click here for a link through to their Bible Studies to help you 'Dig deeper into God's Word and discover how following Jesus can make a difference in your nursing profession'.
Journal of Christian Nursing is a peer-reviewed, quarterly, professional journal helping nurses integrate issues of faith and nursing practice. Get a great deal on an online subscription thanks to our friends at InterVarsity NCF.
Latest copy of Christian Nurse International:
Journal of the International Institute of Christian Nursing - the professional development division of Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI). Published twice a year including research and academic papers plus testimonies, bible studies, meditations and reviews.
A perfect blend of medical drama and spiritual insight, Gray Matter is a fascinating account of Dr. David Levy's decision to begin asking his patients if he could pray for them before surgery.
This is a great read - grab a Kindle copy or good old paper version here.