4. Gentle Rebel
Granger Westberg’s own words thread together the story of his remarkable life in this inviting narrative. From his earliest days in the formative cradle of family and church to the lasting imprint of his life on the field of faith and health with a lens trained on whole person care, Granger’s grit and spunk shine on every page. His career spanned pastoral ministry, academic appointments, education reform, organizational launches, and prolific publications—all united by an unwavering conviction that the church can do more to help people find healing. Time and again he met challenges with innovation, breaking new ground and building deep foundations that support an enduring, inspiring legacy. Crafted with his daughters’ devotion from research and recordings of Granger’s reflections on his life, Gentle Rebel gives us a tender picture of a man who loved deeply and was deeply loved.
19. Foundations of Faith Community Nursing Curriculum: Participant Guide 2019 Revision
Foundations of Faith Community Nursing is a comprehensive curriculum preparing licensed registered nurses for the specialized practice focusing on intentional care of the spirit as well as promotion of whole-person health and preventing or minimizing illness. Fifteen modules align with Faith Community Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice (2017, 3rd edition) published by the American Nurses Association and the Health Ministries Association. This curriculum, written by expert FCNs with advanced degrees, will enrich your practice with outcomes-based learning, substantive, research-based content outlines, clear definitions of key terms, critical thinking discussions, easy-to-read layouts, case studies and group learning activities, exercises adaptable to face-to-face or online learning, and practical tools and resources As a leader in faith community nursing education, consultation, and research for over 30 years, the Westberg Institute for Faith Community Nursing serves health ministry programs worldwide.