Seminary Community Travels to Parkersburg, IA, to Help SFS Alumnus and Town (includes article, video
A group of Sioux Falls Seminary students, recent graduates, and employees traveled to Parkersburg, IA
Lenore Lang was among the 35 graduates in Sioux Falls Seminary's Class of 2008.
Sioux Falls Seminary unveiled its plan to help restore a sense of pride to the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood and bring hope to its residents.
Sioux Falls Seminary student Justin Bousema, who passed away on April 3, 2008, after a courageous battle with Aplastic Anemia, was a spiritual leader and inspiration to others.
Two weeks ago we had a groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility we will construct nine blocks away from our current location. It was a great occasion.
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
Tuesday, September 4, 2007, marks the beginning of the 150th Academic Year for Sioux Falls Seminary, formerly North American Baptist Seminary.
Life in the business office is always full of variety. We serve students, handle financial transactions, operate a psychological services center, and run an 83 unit housing operation.
It's summer at the seminary. Professors show up in shorts. Some go away for vacation and come back with new beards.
A group of nine students from Sioux Falls Seminary will travel to Mission, South Dakota, on the Rosebud Reservation to live among the residents