"...those who are happiest are those who do the most for others,"
Ministering through music is perhaps not the most common way of spreading the Gospel.
This year's Hiller Lecture focuses on assisting congregations in becoming welcoming communities for children and adults with disabilities.
Dr. Stanley J. Grenz, former North American Baptist Seminary professor, passed away March 12, 2005 after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage.
Since the Doctor of Ministry program was created thirty years ago, North American Baptist Seminary has been able to offer top notch in-ministry training to students pursing doctoral work.
Daniel Lee didn't have many options for theological learning in the Alaskan wilderness.
Professor. Mentor. Friend. These are just a few of the words used to describe Dr. Ted Faszer, Professor of Educational Ministries and Church Music. In his 27 years of service to North American Baptist Seminary, Ted has touched the lives of a generation of students and seminary friends.
A group of fifteen hunters from around the region took aim for a good cause this fall.
It is often said that home is where the heart is. And for Jennifer Reynolds, home is in Sioux Falls.
As one of the early psychologists in South Dakota, Dr. Ernie Zimbelman had a vision for providing Christian counseling to the area.