Nanette Holloway

Nanette is a registered nurse currently working in employee health. She approaches nursing as a ministry, caring for the body, mind and spirit.

Nanette holds a nursing degree from Oral Roberts University and a master’s degree in Nursing Education from Southern Nazarene University.

Nanette has also written Coping Skills for Caregivers available on The Gratitude Journal is a part of a series to help the caregiver with coping and self-care. The author provides the reader with simple, practical suggestions for self-care during the difficult journey of caregiving.

Hobbies include cooking, gardening, cycling and enjoying the great outdoors. 

Nanette’s own journey of caring for her own aging parents through grievous diagnoses and death due to cancer, give her a unique perspective into the often-stressful role of caregiving. Her passion for those facing this challenging role culminated in a master’s capstone study concerning Prolonged Grief Disorder in caregivers and increased incidence of illness following the death of a loved one. Her experience as a hospice and home health nurse provides strategies to prevent caregiver role strain and a possible health crisis.  

Nanette’s series for individuals facing caregiving issues provide the reader with practical suggestions for self-care series including Coping Skills for Caregivers available on

Her unique insight into the caregiving role can help caregivers to enjoy the blessings of being a caregiver and hopefully avoid the increased health risks associated with the stress of caregiving.

Originally, I joined FCW as a beginning writer approximately four years ago. The group as a whole is positive, supportive and always welcoming. My hope for FCW is that it will continue to grow and meet the needs of other Christian Writers who have a passion to serve Christ through the written word. Come join us.