April-June 2010 - Volume 27 - Issue 2
pp: 63-120



NEW In Retrospect

Nursing in the Church

Student TXT

Christian Ethics

Called to Teach


FAQs in Spiritual Care



Mind, Medications & Mental Disorders: A Spiritual Approach

Oji, Valerie

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):76-83, April-June 2010.

Spirituality plays a significant role in health, including mental health. Biblical Framework Counseling (BFC) is a spiritually based intervention to treat mental disorders. Learn about BFC and pharmacotherapy for psychiatric symptoms.

Mental Illness: A Modern-Day Leprosy?

Amerongen, Denae I.; Cook, Linda H.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):86-90, April-June 2010.

Leprosy, a terror of the ancient world, caused great stigma. Today, mental illness brings shame and separation. Nurses, caring like Jesus, can bring change.

Perspectives & Perceptions: Spiritual Care and Organizational Climate in Christian Schools

Ramal, Edelweiss

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):91-95, April-June 2010.

Via their expressions, priorities, and interaction with students, i.e., the organizational climate, can faculty transmit attitudes about spirituality that affirm or offset what is taught through the "official" curriculum?

African American Church Health Programs: What Works?

Timmons, Shirley M.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 27(2):100-105, April-June 2010.

Churches can address African American health through primary prevention, but little is known about what is effective.