Item description for I Never Walk the Halls Alone: A Nurse's Private Collection of God's Critical Care by Donna Kincheloe...
Overview Experience Christ as you walk alongside this seasoned nurse down the corridors of life and the corridors of a hospital. In I Never Walk the Halls Alone, Donna reveals in a unique way how God uses the hands, feet, and compassion of others to continue walking on the Earth today. As you read from Donna's treasure chest of stories, listen to the story of God's unending love. Paperback.
Publishers Description Donna, a registered critical care nurse, writes from the experience of twenty-nine years of watching God work in hospital halls.She writes with compassion and wisdom revealing how Christ, living in the Christian, continues to walk this earth using our hands, our hearts and our feet. Experience Christ as your walk beside a seasoned nurse through the corridors of life.
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Inspirational, positive reading Oct 1, 2008
Donna Kincheloe is a Christian and a nurse, and as the title suggests those themes are the essence of the book. The book is a little thin for the price, but what is here is very good.
It is loaded with scripture and comments about how those words apply to our everyday lives. It started off a little slow for me, I was really wanting to hear stories from the nursing perspective, but the introduction focused more on her background and upbringing.
The nursing anecdotes are the best part of this book, I really enjoyed those stories. I would have rated the book higher had there been more of them. I think there are tons of books laden with scripture and comments about them, what makes this book unique is how Donna has applied those in her nursing career, and how she has seen God in action in those situations. That is why I think it would have been better had this been more of a fifty-fifty mix between anecdotes and scripture.
I still enjoyed the book, it is a quick and inspirational read.