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Aug
12

The Christian Citizen Series: Part 3

Two weeks ago we began sharing a four-part series that Dr. Philip Thompson wrote for The Christian Citizen. This week and next, we will continue to share the articles from this series, which is titled, "Theological Education in North America: Crises and Faithful Creativity." This week’s article is focused on the financial model behind the Kairos Project.

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Aug
05

The Christian Citizen Series: Part 2

Last week started a four-part series that Dr. Philip Thompson wrote for The Christian Citizen. For this week and the following two weeks, we will continue to share the articles from this series, which is titled, "Theological Education in North America: Crises and Faithful Creativity." This week’s article talks about the Kairos Project at Sioux Falls Seminary.

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Jul
29

The Christian Citizen Series: Part 1

We are pleased to share a four-part series that Dr. Philip Thompson wrote for The Christian Citizen. Over the next four weeks, we will share the articles from the series, which is titled, "Theological Education in North America: Crises and Faithful Creativity." This week’s article paints a picture of theological education’s current landscape in North America.

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Jul
22

Shepherding: The Preacher as Shepherd

As a boy growing up on a farm in North Dakota, I remember standing next to my father as he'd call to our herd of cattle; it was a long, low call, “Com’aaahn.” I was always impressed that the cattle on the other side of the pasture, a quarter of a mile to a half a mile away, would hear his voice and start sauntering across the green pasture toward my dad.

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