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Sioux Falls Seminary develops servants for their participation in the kingdom mission.
Sioux Falls Seminary is on the move, providing systems of theological education and integrative counseling that are accessible, affordable, relevant, and faithful. Now recognized as one of the most innovative seminaries in the nation, Sioux Falls Seminary is helping change theological education and how it is done both in North America and throughout the world. We invite you to join us in mission.
Last week, in part one of this series, we talked about how words like innovation, change, reimagine, and creativity have been over used and abused in theological education over the last several years. We shared how the need to make a paradigm shift is essential to bringing about true change and innovation.
Innovation. Change. Reimagine. Creativity. Words like these have been over used for the past decade in the world of theological education. Schools, churches, accrediting bodies, ministries, and even denominations have spent a whole lot of time and energy trying to build new “models” of theological education.
The past four years at Sioux Falls Seminary have been filled with creative moments of the Spirit. Over the next year, we will share some parts of our story as we give thanks for what God has done. Starting this week, we will reflect on some creative moments that God has used to help write this current chapter of our history.
In examining Paul’s closing lines of Ephesians 3, one must assess the full message Paul is presenting throughout this chapter. In the opening verses, Paul introduces the idea of the mystery of the gospel. For Paul, this mystery that was once concealed is now made known in Christ; the secret of the ages has been revealed.