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TRUSTING GOD: Foundation for Spiritual Care

Van Dover, Leslie; Pfeiffer, Jane Bacon

Journal of Christian Nursing: Winter 2005 - Volume 22 - Issue 1 - p 18–21
doi: 10.1097/01.CNJ.0000262325.36973.5e
Tools for Spiritual Care

WE DISCOVERED THREE ASPECTS OF THE NURSES' PROCESS OF COMING TO TRUST GOD…

The small, red vehicle made its way among the gray-brown autumn fields of the farming community After the crossroad, the car pulled to the shoulder and stopped. In the driver's seat sat a woman, head bowed, with hands resting gently on the wheel.

These authors unearthed something intriguing as they explored spiritual care.

I Leslie Van Dover, PhD, RN, is professor and chair of the graduate program at Azusa Pacific University School of Nursing. Leslie has led several research projects, primarily in the area of spiritual care and parish nursing practice. She is the author of numerous articles and a frequent conference speaker. Leslie attends Glenkirk Presbyterian Church, Glendora, California.

Jane Bacon Pfeiffer, MA, MS, RN, is an Inter-Varsity faculty graduate representative in the Western region of the U. S. She has twenty-nine years' experience and expertise in integration of faith in Christ with health care. Jane works per diem as a home health care nurse for St. Joseph Home Health in Orange, California, and attends Anaheim Vineyard Church.

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