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At the end of our post last week I noted, “Theological education flows from the local church, the body of Christ. As we see in scripture, each part of the body is needed. Sioux Falls Seminary is only one piece of the body. As a result, we are compelled to develop partnerships and to find ways for others to flourish.
Collaboration is a vital aspect of being on mission with God. As an organization focused on developing servants for participation in the kingdom mission, SFS is firmly committed to collaboration. For too long, theological education has been separated into various sections of the Church.
As we transition from Christmas to the New Year, we are excited to share that Sioux Falls Seminary and Sioux Falls Psychological Services will once again partner with NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community in 2019 for a two-day workshop. This year’s event will focus on the topic of historical trauma.
Shared, courtesy of the North American Baptist Conference, is a devotional for each day during this first week of Advent. Advent is a celebration of the arrival of the Christ child, which serves to remind us not only that God chose to come to earth to live among us but also that He will come again someday.
Join NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community and Sioux Falls Seminary for presentations and discussions centered around trauma and abuse in Indigenous people and their communities. I