The Journal of Christian Nursing (JCN) is a quarterly, professional journal by and for nurses. JCN strives to help nurses view nursing through the eyes of faith and its mission is to help nurses and nursing students practice nursing from a biblically-based, Christian perspective. Topics covered include current issues and trends in nursing, spiritual care, ethics, values, healing and wholeness, parish or faith community nursing, psychology and religion, nursing education, personal and professional life, patient/client experiences which promote excellence in nursing or include a faith dimension (including case studies), health care for the poor and underserved, and stories of nurses who have stepped out in faith to care for others in new or unusual ways in the U.S. or overseas.

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