About the Seminary
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Sioux Falls Seminary develops servants for their participation in the kingdom mission. This has been our focus since we began offering theological education in 1858.
We serve in the kingdom by providing systems of theological education and integrative counseling that are accessible, affordable, relevant, and faithful for the purpose of empowering people where they are, thereby offering a journey toward God’s hope.
As we enter the third year of this project, it is helpful to reflect on some of the early results and what we have learned. Today, we look at results as they relate to the impact Kairos has had on curricula, assessment, and efficiency.
The Kairos Project has been up and running at Sioux Falls Seminary for two academic years. We are entering our third year, and students in the program account for nearly one-half of all the seminary’s master-level students. We have learned a lot over the past two years.
Two years ago, Sioux Falls Seminary embarked on a remarkable journey as we launched a new educational paradigm called the Kairos Project. In our first announcement about the program, we talked about our desire to shift the focus of theological education.
The new academic year began last Monday. Students returned to campus and are journeying together on the road of theological education. Faculty and administration are committed to making theological education more affordable, accessible, and relevant as they remain faithful to their calling as servants of God.