Baptist Nursing Fellowship

Baptist Nursing Fellowship

Healthcare professionals have the unique skill set to imitate Jesus’ ministry in their lives. They can use their professions as platforms for sharing the gospel. Baptist Nursing Fellowship is designed to help health-care professionals utilize their talents to fulfill their desires to serve God alongside other people.

Purpose

Baptist Nursing Fellowship provides Christian professional fellowship; promotes continuing education and growth for members and nurse missionaries; and encourages nursing service evolving from a personal commitment to Jesus Christ.

Objectives

The objectives for accomplishing these purposes on a local, regional, national, and international basis are:

1. To empower members through studying the Bible, worshipping, witnessing, and sharing of Christian experiences.

2. To present and participate in planned nursing and health care programs in a variety of areas of interest to nurses based on assessed need of the members.

3. To expand global Christian nursing service and personal involvement through mission support, education, and health care activities.


Information

 


Join BNF

Baptist Nursing Fellowship is open to any nursing or health-care professionals interested in the purposes of the organization. There are two ways to become a member of BNF.

  • Join online.
  • Print and complete the BNF membership form and mail it to Baptist Nursing Fellowship, Attn: Cassie Padgett, PO Box 830010, Birmingham, AL 35283-0010 or email it to BNF@wmu.org.

 

How to Begin a BNF Group

Here are ways to help you start a BNF in your area.

7 Steps to Begin a Baptist Nursing Fellowship Group

Steps to Starting an Association BNF Chapter

 

2017 BNF Annual Meeting
September 8-10
Garaywa Camp and Conference Center
Clinton, Mississippi

This year's annual meeting theme is based on the Scripture passage Micah 6:8. The Lord requires us to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.  

You'll be inspired by Bible studies led by national WMU's executive director, Sandy Wisdom-Martin and Pastor Trent DeLoach of International Baptist Church in Clarkston, Georgia. Clarkston is known by many as the "Ellis Island of the South." Over the past 25 years Clarkston have received more than 40,000 refugees. 

You'll be encouraged by the fellowship and empowered by the contact hours focus on loved ones' addictions and effectively working with multiple generations. You'll be engaged in missions projects in and around Clinton and Jackson.

You'll be prayerful as you experience the Prayer Path and you'll be hopeful as we feature a Silent Auction benefitting our Student Endowment. We want to do all we can to equip the next generation. Please be generous with your donated items to the auction and with funds given to the endowment for auction items. 

And you'll not want to miss music and worship led by Tim Walker and musicians from FBC Jackson. 

Cost: $232.50 includes registration fee, two contact hours, two nights' lodging (double occupancy), and five meals. We have secured lodging at Garaywa and area hotels.

Start making your plans now. We look forward to seeing you this summer in Clinton, MS!

Register here or call (205) 991-4091and we will assist you with your registration. 

Registration deadline is August 28th.

BNF Annual Meeting Schedule

 

Pray for BNF

Because Baptist Nursing Fellowship members know they are meeting spiritual needs along with physical needs, it is important to cover this ministry and its nurses in prayer. Pray the nurses of BNF would rely on the Great Physician as they serve and meet the needs of others every day. Pray your state and national BNF would grow and expand to other states where there is no current BNF. Pray for missionary nurses and the challenges they face on the missions field. Members will receive a prayer enewsletter the 6th of every month. 

Missions Trips 2017

National WMU is sponsoring Familyfest in Kentucky. This will include health-care ministries. 

 

 

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