International Nursing

International Travel Tips – Part I

Dear Readers, Since many of you are traveling this summer, I will repost over the next few weeks my international travel tips that I have learned over the years. Happy Travels! Pamela, RN Honduras - October 23, 1988 "Jesus came and spake unto them,.....Lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the… Continue reading International Travel Tips – Part I

General Nursing, Rehabilitation Nurse

Amputations – “Thy will be done!”

Midwest, USA - 1978 The phone rang and I answered. My dear friend Enid was calling who lived an hour away. "Pam, One of my former coworkers is a patient at your hospital and I was wondering if you would visit him and share the gospel with him? For many years he was the chauffeur… Continue reading Amputations – “Thy will be done!”

General Nursing, Psychiatry

September 11, 2001

Psychiatric Hospital, Tuesday, September 11, 2001 - New England I walked across the campus of the psychiatric hospital where I was working as a Nurse Practitioner to make morning rounds. It was my first day back from a week of vacation and I wondered if the workload would be extra heavy today. After visiting my… Continue reading September 11, 2001

Nursing Assistant

Nursing Home Ministry

Summer - 1973 - Midwest, USA "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this: to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction." James 1:27 My sister, Marsha, asked the director of the nursing home, where we both are working this summer, for permission to have a Bible study for the patients… Continue reading Nursing Home Ministry

General Nursing

God’s Mercy in Tragedy

February 1991 When I returned from my survey trip to New England, my Dad called me to say that Mom had had a small stroke (TIA-transient ischemic attack). A small blood vessel broke in her brain. Her doctor started her on Persantine, baby aspirin, and digoxin medications. She began crying on the phone when I… Continue reading God’s Mercy in Tragedy

International Nursing

Medical Missions in Honduras – Part I

July 1988 I attended a Bible study for singles and was blessed by Dr. Pete, a Christian surgeon, who spoke about the medical mission trips he has taken over the past few years. The local pastor or missionary always shares the gospel with the patients as they wait to see the doctor, so their spiritual… Continue reading Medical Missions in Honduras – Part I

General Nursing

Amputations – “Thy will be done!”

Midwest, USA - 1978 The phone rang and I answered. My dear friend Ellen was calling who lived an hour away. "Pam, One of my former coworkers is a patient at  your hospital and I was wondering if you would visit him and share the gospel with  him? For many years he was the chauffeur… Continue reading Amputations – “Thy will be done!”