October-November-December 2009 - Volume 26 - Issue 4
pp: 191-240

Editorial


Etc


JCN Online Extra


Practicing


FAQs in Spiritual Care


Student TXT


Nursing in the Church


Christian Ethics


Called to Teach


Resources


PulseBeats



The Stranger Among Us: Ministering Health to Migrants

Bokinskie, Jean C.; Evanson, Tracy A.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(4):202-209, October-November-December 2009.

Have you encountered migrant families in your faith community and wondered about their health needs? Ministry led by parish nurses, offering biblically based culturally competent care, can make a difference.

Nursing and Spirituality: What Happened to Religion?

Smith, Amy Rex

Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(4):216-222, October-November-December 2009.

Spirituality in nursing is emerging as a generic concept, void of religious connotation. Yet for Christians, both spirituality and religion are valid and needed. How can religion be reintegrated into practice and research?

Prepare, Flex, Serve: Short-term Mission Reflections

Highfield, Martha E.F.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 26(4):226-231, October-November-December 2009.

Simple but important lessons learned by this nurse can help you prepare for effective short-term healthcare mission service.


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