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Saline Process Witness Training – TASTER

Saline Process Witness Training – TASTER

  Lambton Park Tea Rooms, Elder St, Lambton (Newcastle) 27 November, 09:30-12 noon. 

This is a FREE event but coffee/tea/brunch is available for purchase. 

Speakers: Georgie Hoddle RN, and Ian Johnston, Hospital Chaplain.   

Bookings essential to ensure a seat – limited available (max 16). 

TO BOOK: Please contact Georgie at ncfa.salineprocess@protonmail.com

Saline Process training for nurses in Qld

NCFA will not be conducting Saline Process Witness Training in Qld this year, but recommends these two training courses conducted by HCFI and CMDFA.

Saturday 3 August at Clayfield, Brisbane  QLD – Conducted by Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship Australia.  Download flyer for full details

Saturday 24 August, Gold Coast QLD – Conducted by Healthcare Christian Fellowship International.  Download flyer for full details.

New NCFA Video

VIDEO “An Evolution of Caring – in Nursing and NCFA”

The story of NCF Australia, the first and longest existing Christian nurses’ organisation in the world. The video traces the story from beginnings in Melbourne in 1913, continuing into the 21st century. It highlights the development of nursing in Australia from that period, and shows the parallel between changes in the nursing profession and the ministry of NCFA caring for nurses.

An Evolution of Caring: in nursing and NCFA on Vimeo.   https://vimeo.com/316464666


 

Saline Process Witness Training

Register now for the Saline Process Witness training

Saturday 6 July – 9am-4pm at 5 Byfield Street, Macquarie Park

The Saline Process equips healthcare professionals to impact their workplace for Christ by being SALT and LIGHT. This is a training process that disciples, trains, and coaches healthcare workers to skillfully and confidently assess where a patient is in their journey towards faith in Christ. It will provide practical tools to help Christians demonstrate the love and reality of Jesus in healthcare, all with permission, sensitivity and respect.

Go to the Registration area for more informarion