Jim Liske, M.Div. 1986, has been appointed as the new CEO of Prison Fellowship, the nation's largest prison ministry.
Sioux Falls Seminary alumnus Dan Lee and his wife, Minnie, live in Sioux Falls' Pettigrew Heights and serve as neighborhood missionaries.
Fred Wilgenburg, a 1998 M.Div. graduate, and the pastor and director for Center of Hope was interviewed by the NBC Nightly News for the Center's work to distribute bikes to those in need.
Dr. Philip Thompson, Sioux Falls Seminary Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Heritage, and Ryan Stander, Sioux Falls Seminary alumnus
Sioux Falls Seminary invites its friends, alumni, and community to celebrate its new campus and the close of the 150th Year of Celebration.
Churches and congregations, just like individuals, experience life by moving in and out of various stages.
Dan Lee, M.Div. 2007, and his wife, Minnie, served as missionaries in Alaska before moving to Sioux Falls to attend the seminary.
The Rev. Mary Fast, Sioux Falls Seminary alumna, is among the 2008 honorees for the Faithfulness in Ministry Cross Award given out by Luther Seminary.
Barbara DeWald, who received a Master of Divinity from Sioux Falls Seminary in 1994, has been honored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities for excellence in campus ministry.
"Cared for and loved," is how Deb Sherburn-Larson Mack passionately describes the time she and her three minor children spent at Sioux Falls Seminary in the late '80's.