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Covid19 - Nursing In The Midst Of A Global Pandemic

This Blog has been created to support and encourage nurses in every country confronted by the challenges of a worldwide pandemic caused by the Coronavirus Covis 19. Christian nurses will be able to share their experiences and the spiritual resources that have enabled them to deal with this crisis. Nurse leaders of NCFI and the International Institute of Christian Nursing (IICN) will contribute as will nurses on the front line of the pandemic.

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A Nurse from Argentina shares her experience.

My name is Claudia De Pasqua, I am a nurse.  I work at PAMI (social work for older adults) and I work in the pharmacy sector, where I carry out the change of ambulance briefcases. I want to share my testimony about how the protective hand of God was on my life in these days…

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Christian Nurses and the Pandemic

An interview by CrossRoads with Anne Biro, NCFI Vice President. June 9, 2020 – “Interview with Anne Biro” – Tracy Minke Remember to pray for nurses around the world and the different challenges and experiences they are having during the Covid 19 pandemic. YOUTUBE.COM

Living Through Pestilence – Psalm 91

For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the deadly pestilence. (Psalm 91:3) By Carrie Dameron The two scenarios found in Psalm 91:3 are enough to cause fear and panic.  And, once again we are reminded where our security rests. We have the shock-and-awe of an animal snare. A snare…

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A Common Endeavour

(by Heather Gilbert). Living in unprecedented times calls for unprecedented measures by us all. Whether we like it or not, we are all part of the global village fighting to put out the COVID-19 fire that is razing communities to the ground and sparking new hot spots anywhere and everywhere. There is no smoke without fire,…

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A Mighty Fortress

I will say to the Lord, My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.  (Psalm 91:2) A military wall or high strong fence is a means of protection. It prevents enemies or vicious animals from coming inside the protected area. Those inside the protected area are secure from whatever is on the…

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Covid 19 and Easter

As nurses working on the frontlines, management, teaching, or research, our work routines have been disrupted by COVID-19. Our ways of doing things have changed – from having to wear Personal Protective Equipment (or improvise PPE), working longer hours, seeing more people die and colleagues fall ill, or learning how to do things differently because…

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Prayer Requests from the Frontline

From Hyesook (General Secretary of KNCF)
There is a current shortage of doctors and nurses. Nurses aren’t able to go home due to the risk of infection and some hospitals have poor facilities where the nurses’ cabins are used to receive funeral visitors. They are all exhausted and in need of extra medical staff….

For Such a Time as This – Nurses Choir, Taiwan NCF

Words  & Music by Luke Woodhouse

In such a time as this. With darkness all around
In such a time as this. Our hearts cry out
‘Lord, help us now’. ‘Lord be our power’
In such a time as this. We won’t walk alone….

Message from the President

In times like this – times that are beyond what we could imagine just a few weeks ago, the world is realizing the importance of nursing. Not just because we treat the most ill patients, but also because families are not allowed to be with their dear ones in hospitals and in nursing homes…..

Support for nurses under pressure in Singapore

Words from the Director of Nursing at St Andrew’s Community Hospital, Alison Sim, who has had to exercise a huge amount of wisdom in making decisions concerning the COVID-19 situation.