Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to introduce a training program in spiritual direction for individuals who listen people to life on their spiritual journeys. The two-year program, which is available at the non-degree and graduate level, begins this fall!
It didn't take long for Summit House residents to realize that their brood of chickens could provide more than fresh eggs. The birds are proving to be yet another way house residents can build relationships with neighbors of any age.
Our new Training in Spiritual Direction Program, offered at the master's and non-degree level, is designed for individuals who accompany others on their life journeys. Please join us for a casual Open House on Monday, August 5, 2013, to learn more.
Professors Dr. Ted Faszer and Dr. Del Donaldson will retire on June 30, 2013. Please join us in thanking them for their service at a public reception on Friday, May 17, from 4-6 p.m., at Sioux Falls Seminary. Combined, they have dedicated over 55 years to teaching and mentoring.
We invite you to learn more about the upcoming credit hour reduction for the Master of Divinity, development of a social entrepreneurship program, addition of numerous class offerings for summer, and non-degree certificates by reading these brief academic updates.
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.
A video message from author John Maxwell explains why Lifetime Leadership Development is so important. It isn't too late to enroll. Contact us today at email@example.com.
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!
Joining the SFS faculty: Michael Wheaton and Gretchen Hartmann as Instructors of Marriage and Family Therapy and Nathan Hitchcock as Assistant Professor of Church History and Theology.
Considering Seminary? Interested in taking a seminary course for fun?