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Sioux Falls Seminary offers accredited theological education that's affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful. We invite you to learn more about why we are now recognized as one of the most innovative seminaries in the nation, helping change theological education and how it is done both in North America and throughout the world. We encourage integrated learning and shape theological education around moments in time instead of an academic calendar. Walk alongside a mentor team and in community with fellow students, while being immersed in a community of learning and faith.
Collaboration is an important aspect of theological education. It's taken many forms, and each generation is tasked with developing new and effective models of collaboration that invite students, the church, and other stakeholders within theological education to collectively participate.
Last week, we talked about the foundations and practices of collaboration by looking at how dis-integration in an organization creates barriers to collaboration and partnership. If an organization isn't designed to practice holistic integration, it will struggle to work with those outside its walls.
Last week, we began a conversation on a new way of collaborating. It is a great place to begin conversations about collaboration. It reminds us that we are not competing with anyone – there is no competition in the Kingdom of God. We are invited to join others as participants in God's mission.
Last week, we began a series of blog posts under the broad heading “A New Way of Collaborating.” In this new series, we will spend time looking at the practices, values, and purposes of collaboration in the context of Kairos as well as in the various ways that organizations are collaborating with Kairos.