Connecting with Nursing Students

NCF Director, Jane HallNCF Director Jane Hall shares her vision for the ministry of NCF in this feature article from InterVarsity News, “Nurturing Christian Nurses.”

Nurses are in high demand. Nursing schools are struggling to keep up with the constant need for nurses. For Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF), the challenge of connecting with student nurses has become more difficult.

Nursing schools have been forced to . . . read more

2 Responses to “Connecting with Nursing Students”

  1. Jane Hall Says:

    Dear Johanna,
    We thank God for how He is blessing you! Congratulations on achieving your MSN Ed (almost!).

    We also thank you for being willing to volunteer. We welcome nurses who want to volunteer to help us grow our ministry to students. We have a long list of schools where students are gathering for Bible study, prayer, and discussion about what it means to be a follower of Jesus in nursing, but they often don’t have someone who is a little farther along on this same journey to guide them.

    We don’t know exactly how we connect all who want to volunteer with students who need a mentor, but we’re working on it! Meanwhile, let us know if this interests you.

    For His glory, Jane

  2. Johanna Parish Says:

    Dear Mrs. Hall,

    Just a short note to thank you again for your prayers and support! I have A’s in both courses with 8 days until my MSN, Ed. program completion! Regarding the increase in demand: “For Nurses Christian Fellowship (NCF), the challenge of connecting with student nurses has become more difficult.” If you ever distribute work loads and assign state delegates, I would gladly volunteer!

    Blessings to you!
    Johanna Parish, RN, MSNc

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