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Sioux Falls Seminary exists to serve the church by equipping servant leaders who engage the mission of Jesus Christ. This has been our focus since we began offering seminary education in 1858.
Strong emphasis is placed on prayer, service, academic rigor, and practical experience. Seminary life prepares students to touch the lives of many in their future ministries.
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The end of the semester is around the corner. I look forward to celebrating commencement with our seminary family. As we conclude our discussion on participation in God’s mission, I’m challenging our graduates to step out and boldly follow God into mission and to consider their work in light of what God is doing in the world.
There are moments in time when a president has the opportunity to do something that is both really fun and very important. At this weekend's Board of Trustees meeting, we had the privilege of presenting Dr. Larry Caldwell and Dr. Susan Reese to the board for new roles at the seminary.
As we discuss participation in God’s mission, we reflect on why it’s important to help students grow where God has planted them. Possibly more than ever in the life of the church in North America, we need to understand the church is a missionary community. What does that mean for a seminary?
Sioux Falls Seminary actively participates in God’s kingdom is through its continued commitment to our indigenous neighbors. For eight years, we have partnered with Wiconi International to offer an intensive week-long immersion course on the Rosebud Reservation in South central South Dakota.