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This week's "News & Trends" and a short feature show how important...
This week's "News & Trends" and a short feature show how important the deeper aspects of nursing have remained since the days of Florence Nightingale. These and related articles also underscore the tremendous value of nursing to those in need of spiritual healing. "Each one, a nurse" extends nursing beyond the sickroom to ways in which all of us can comfort and help the people who come into our lives.
In "Horses do not sit down!" the author writes about spiritual perception and also recounts the healing of her son after she found him unconscious. "Transforming chaos into calm" tells how one teacher brings peace to classes facing severe behavioral challenges. And in "The light of God in a very dark hole," marital and business problems are resolved peaceably through reliance on God.
This week we also feature another segment in the "Introduction to the Bible" series and the "Questions & Answers Exchange." And the editorial, "Spiritual healing—dissolving separation," points to how the very essence of Christian healing includes a reawakening to our relationship with God.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
A call for rethinking in the nursing profession
by Kim Shippey
The healing light of nursing
Each one, a nurse
Horses do not sit down!
Karen Holmes Jameson
Transforming chaos into calm
Jesus: the great Teacher
Richard C. Bergenheim
The light of God in a very dark hole
Karen Ann Noble
with contributions from Katharine LaZansky, Lorna LaZansky, Emma O'Loughlin, Jacquelyn Weiner
Spiritual healing—dissolving separation
William E. Moody
When my first baby was due, it did not seem possible to arrange...
Nancy Joy Potter
A few years ago I was at work one day, inputting information...
It was just after breakfast when I felt a sharp pain in my shoulder
Alex Rockwood with contributions from Carol S. Rockwood
One time I was walking through the garage and my mom was...
Mitchell Wyly with contributions from Barbara Wyly