Saline Process: Join the Journey
Participate in the Saline Process!
God calls Christians to be salt and light. How can nurses best answer that call in their healthcare work places, where they meet hurting people every day? Saline Process is a worldwide movement in which IHS Global and 9 Christian healthcare professionals’ organizations, including NCFI, have partnered together to equip healthcare workers to be witnesses for Christ in their clinical settings. NCFI offers nurses an opportunity to begin the Saline Process journey by participating in a Saline Process Witness Training (SPWT) course, where they can learn how to integrate their personal faith in Jesus into their practice.
The Bible-based SPWT course is relevant to different cultures and health care settings and has been taught in many nations throughout the world. Participants learn to assess a patient’s attitude toward Christ and respond appropriately, applying the ethical principles of permission, sensitivity, and respect. Through presentations, discussions, role-plays and demonstrations, participants develop skills in effectively reflecting the light and love of Christ to those with whom they interact.
After completing the SPWT course, participants are invited to take the next step in the journey- connecting with other witnesses as they grow and live out God’s call to be salt and light.
Ultimately, Saline Process training prepares healthcare workers to be part of the Lord’s work in our world so that our Father in heaven is glorified. (Acts 1:8; Matt 5:13-16; Matt 28: 19-20; John 4:39-41)
For more information on the Saline Process, including an online course options, please contact:
Carol Rowley, NCFI Global Saline Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saline Process website: www.ihsglobal.org
Dr. Carol Rowley
Carol has worked both in clinical nursing practice and education. She has taught nursing in a variety of countries and is interested in the promotion of health and prevention of disease. Carol values the Saline Process as an effective method for Christian nurses to appropriately live out their faith within the context of their profession while caring holistically for patients.