Friends & Alumni
No institution can thrive and continue to offer quality education without the generosity of faithful alumni and friends. Being called to ministry is an exciting venture, but one that does not come without expense. You have the opportunity to play an integral part in the equipping of servant leaders who engage the mission of Jesus Christ.
We've embraced an outcomes-based philosophy of education that permeates every program and educational track. Some students interact with that philosophy by taking a traditional course in a traditional way, while others interact through distance education and contextual learning opportunities.
Roughly 70 students attended the recent Kairos Project intensive. Students came from three countries, two continents, and several states. All had one thing in common: they were here because someone told them about it.
We join our friends in the North American Baptsit Conferencein mourning the loss of alumnus Dr. Gordon Stork (MDiv & MACO '86; DMin '97), who served as an NAB Regional Minister, pastor, and former administrator at Sioux Falls Seminary.
As we enter into the third year of the Kairos Project at Sioux Falls Seminary, I am more convinced than ever that mentor teams and contextual learning are great ideas. This reality should come as a surprise to no one.