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April-June 2011 - Volume 28 - Issue 2
pp: 67-116

Think About It


Christian Nursing 101

Advanced Practicing Nursing

In Retrospect

Nursing in the Church

Student TXT

Christian Ethics

Called to Teach

FAQs in Spiritual Care




Is Intercessory Prayer Valid Nursing Intervention?

Strang, Cecily Weller

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):92-95, April-June 2011.

In Maasai, Kenya, intercessory prayer (IP) is appropriately used as a healthcare intervention. But in developed countries IP is controversial. Does IP have a place in nursing care in modern, developed countries?

Confident Spiritual Care in a Postmodern World

Salladay, Susan A.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):102-108, April-June 2011.

In a world where tolerance is embraced and absolute truth questioned, Christian nurses may feel uncertain in giving spiritual care. The Bible offers guidance for being sensitive to postmodern perceptions without being intimidated.

CE Connection

Weathering the Storm: Living With Parkinson's Disease

Hermanns, Melinda

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):76-82, April-June 2011.

Parkinson's disease (PD) affects millions worldwide. Improve your clinical knowledge of the disease, risk factors, and treatment; learn from 14 people living with PD to enhance your care of patients with neurological deficits.

missions/service learning

Free Health Clinic Links College, Church, and Community

Carey, Rebekah Albrecht; Fricke, Jonathan

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):88-91, April-June 2011.

Granville Neighborhood Health Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, offers free healthcare services to the uninsured and a clinical site for nursing and other students at Wisconsin Lutheran College.


Positioned for Impact: Haiti's First Baccalaureate Nursing Program

Burger, Jeanne M.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 28(2):96-101, April-June 2011.

This Christian school provides a remarkable model of how to build a country from within. Near the epicenter of the 2010 earthquake, the remarkable response of students and faculty saved lives. Help is needed to continue educating professional nurses in Haiti.