Fifteen dollars, a sleeping bag, a Bible, a toothbrush, and a change of clothes doesn't sound like much. But for Sioux Falls Seminary and its students, it is the foundation of an immersion class
How we as an evangelical institution continued to identify with August Rauschenbusch.
Sioux Falls is a great place to live in lots of ways. We have many of the amenities of larger cities (symphony, parks galore, malls, variety of housing levels, private Christian colleges, good schools, etc.) without most of the problems.
The newest feature for sfseminary.edu is an online clothing store which includes 16 different styles of Sioux Falls Seminary logowear for sale.
Last week four of us traveled to the Pacific Northwest to share our plans for the seminary with two small groups of friends.
Dr. Jay Moon, Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies, was featured in a November 4th news segment about how our culture perceives and interacts with atheism.
Seminary to Host National Symposium of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studi
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to host the 2007 Symposium of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies
At the seminary this week we hosted our annual Missions Fest.
The Fall 2007 Board of Trustee meetings finished on Saturday, October 20, after two days that demonstrated how a board should function in "engaging" in governance process.