Women: You Are Being Called

Women: You Are Being Called

I remember the General Conference vote in San Antonio, Texas—the 1,381 No votes to the 977 Yes votes. I remember my friends and I prayerfully awaiting the church’s reaction to the Women’s Ordination decision—especially considering how much emotion had been invested in it. We had friends and family who fell on both sides of the debate, and much pray

A Mental Health Nurse Meets Overwhelming Needs at Pathway to Health

A Mental Health Nurse Meets Overwhelming Needs at Pathway to Health

I arrived by train early on Thursday to register as a volunteer for Your Best Pathway to Health and found the Los Angeles Convention Center already buzzing with activity. Lines for volunteers and lines of citizens in need swirled around the main floor. There was a feeling of excitement to begin meeting the need and seeing the divine appointments th

What Will the Comparison Be?

What Will the Comparison Be?

“The nurse is the last face a patient will see before they die. Jesus will be the next face they see when He returns. What will the comparison be?”—Anonymous During nursing school I was blessed with an opportunity to go to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. I was excited about the trip. Despite the depressing reviews I usually heard, the museu