Leaving a Legacy for Christian Nursing

by Mary Thompson

Mary ThompsonFor more than 60 years, NCF has had a legacy of nursing in the name of Jesus Christ. As a Christian nurse, you are building this legacy through your role in nursing by expressing your passions and values.

Your actions now can assure that future generations of nurses discover how Jesus Christ shapes the way they practice nursing. You can make a difference in the lives of countless patients, their families, and colleagues.

Your prayers and financial support are making a difference now for NCF ministry among students, faculty and nurses in various practice settings. Thank you! Your partnership brings God’s love and ethical values to a hurting world.

Consider creating a legacy by including NCF as a beneficiary in your estate planning. Becky, a retired nurse educator, stated why she made a provision for NCF in her will:

“God has used NCF in my life in significant ways. Personally, NCF was very instrumental in my spiritual growth through Bible studies, workshops and literature during my student days and as a graduate.

Professionally, NCF helped me to develop a Christian philosophy of nursing by providing resources for our nursing program that integrated Christian faith into the curriculum. NCF gave me tools to both teach and provide spiritual care. It is my hope that NCF will continue to be a strong Christian voice in the nursing profession until Jesus returns.”

Please consider leaving a legacy for tomorrow’s nurses with planned giving today. Explore creative ideas for estate planning.

For more information about giving to NCF on a current or deferred basis, email giftplanning@intervarsity.org or call 1-866-734-4823 (toll free). NCF is a ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.

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