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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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Last week Nathan Hitchcock, SFS alumnus and Associate Professor of Church History and Theology, shared his story with us in the first entry of this two-part series on disciples and apostles. Today, in part two, he reflects upon what it means to participate in God’s mission while continuing to learn and grow.
Sioux Falls Seminary and Volunteers of America Dakotas are pleased to partner to offer a workshop on Christian community development. The Hiller Lectureship workshop will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, at Sioux Falls Seminary from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
We’ve been talking about the opportunity to join God in mission. We begin a two-part series by Nathan Hitchcock, SFS alumnus and professor. This week and next, Dr. Hitchcock will share his story and reflect upon what he’s learned about participating in God’s mission while continuing to learn.
It’s amazing how quickly a year goes by! I've been President of Sioux Falls Seminary for one year. I’m continually inspired by the people working at the seminary, the students we serve, and the stories I hear from alums, givers, churches, and others who have walked alongside us in our history.