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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 immersing in a community of learning and faith.
This week, over 120 students will attend our spring 2018 Kairos Project intensive. These students, joining us from around the world, will come to Sioux Falls for a time of learning, worship, encouragement, and development. Here are five important ways that intensives encourage and develop our students.
Over the past several years, it seem like nearly every industry has fallen in love with the word “innovation.” This is true for businesses, nonprofits, schools, churches, and basically any organization trying to figure out how to thrive in a world that changes more each day. As a society, we label nearly any change as innovative.
When I think about theological education, I think of a system of interdependent, interconnected parts. A system that includes schools, churches, faith-based nonprofits, accrediting bodies, and more. Often, people picture this as a group of puzzle pieces that come together to make a unified whole.
The 2018 Hiller Lectureship is quickly approaching. We are excited for Dr. Taylor Worley to join us in Sioux Falls as our speaker. Come and acquire a fresh perspective on mission as we explore how to greet today’s culture with faith, hope, and love and welcome people into God’s kingdom in a hospitable and culture-positive way.