Sioux Falls Seminary and the Luther House of Study hope to provide care packages for a unit in Afghanistan that is led by the son of Sioux Falls Seminary student Alan Blankenfeld. Donations of goods and cash are being collected for the project.
Sioux Falls Seminary will live stream the memorial service of Adjunct faculty member Richard Twiss on Sunday, March 10, in the chapel at 6:30 p.m. A potluck and time for fellowship will begin at 5:30 p.m. The event is open to anyone who is interested, but an RSVP is requested.
It is with great sadness that the Board of Trustees announces that Dr. Mike Hagan plans to conclude his service to Sioux Falls Seminary as President and Professor of Hebrew Bible on December 31, 2013. Looking forward, Hagan will continue to pursue teaching and writing.
You are already a leader with the influence and the strength to make your mark in this world and to overcome the obstacles that come your way. Come and engage in conversation about leadership at the 2013 Women in Community event.
SFS invites churches to celebrate the impact of seminary education by holding a Seminary Sunday. "Seminary Sunday" is simply a Sunday designated by churches to recognize SFS' ministry.
We learn a lot from reflecting on Elisha’s “mantling” call and commissioning events for our lives and ministries. His redirection of life still speaks to us. The call of Elisha the prophet starts with the word of Yhwh to Elijah on the mountain.
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Although the call of Elijah does not appear in the stories of the prophet, we gain a lot by looking at Yhwh’s instructions to Elijah. In most of the Elijah stories we receive some indication of Yhwh’s instructions.
Sioux Falls Seminary is excited to announce a number of great courses for Winter and Spring. Make plans to join us by taking a course for credit or audit. Inquire today!
In the next few postings I am going to focus on the so-called non-writing prophets. Some have names, some are unnamed. Elijah is the best known of these prophets.