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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 affordable, accessible, 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.


 

Feb
17

A New Kind of Collaboration, pt. 4

In 1938, Dr. Henry Shilling purchased White Oak Camp which was operated as a service station, dance hall, and tourist camp. Through God’s direction, this parcel of land in the hills outside of Pittsburgh, PA, was turned into a camp, youth convention center, and finally a Bible school. This school, the Biblical Life Institute, is an intimate Bible school.

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Feb
10

A New Kind of Collaboration, Pt. 3

Today, we are sharing an update about our very first integrated partner, Taylor Seminary! The partnership began in 2015 and created groundbreaking opportunities in theological education. Our focus, at first, was on online education, faculty development, and global theological education. Over the past few years, the partnership has deepened significantly.

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Feb
03

A New Kind of Collaboration, Pt. 2

Last week, I said "Integrated partnerships bring about collaborative participation in disruptive innovation. Thinking differently about how organizations work together, we can create systems of theological education that honor local contexts, embrace the heritage of schools and faith communities, and provide new opportunities for students."

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Jan
27

A New Kind of Collaboration

Collaboration is, and always has been, an important aspect of theological education. Over the years, it has taken several different forms, and each generation is tasked with developing new and effective models of collaboration that serve students, the church, and all the various stakeholders within a system of theological education.

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