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As we conclude our conversation on what it means to be “fully alive” in light of our mission, we began last week by reflecting on the post that introduced the series. This week, we close our two-part series by sharing some of the highlights of our conversation. A few key scripture verses inspired us along the way.
Back in February, we began taking a deeper look at what it means to be “fully alive” and how Sioux Falls Seminary develops people for participation in this kingdom mission. As we bring our conversation to a close, we look back on the post that I wrote to introduce the series and then share some of the highlights.
Three years ago, I shared my story as a student studying toward my Master of Arts in Bible & Theology. I noted that I began my journey with eyes toward a career but concluded more focused than ever on God’s call. Today, I am on the other side of the desk, having completed a year of teaching at Trinity Bible College.
In January I shared a report on global relationships, talking about our partnership with the NAB International Office, Taylor Seminary, the Cameroon Baptist Convention, Cameroon seminaries. Our focus on enhancing theological education in Cameroon and North America is strong. We continue to flourish and grow together.
Sioux Falls Seminary, in partnership with Indigenous Pathways and Wiconi, is offering an experiential course in cross cultural immersion among the Sicangu Lakota. July 7-13, 2018 will be our twelfth year offering this course on the Rosebud Reservation.