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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.  

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Virtual Gatherings Creating Unique Opportunities

Gatherings are a key part of the Kairos journey for students, and the highly-contextual model of learning in Kairos is intimately tied them. They provide students and mentors with the opportunity to gather for a week of learning, encouragement, and theological reflection. Gatherings are integral to building community and connections.

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Strickland Receives Emeritus Status, Looks Forward to Retirement

With the 2020-2021 academic year underway, one professor is beginning a new journey. Rev. Dr. Gary Strickland, who recently retired as Professor of Pastoral Care, taught students how to provide care and counseling to others, especially in some of life’s most challenging circumstances. He joined the faculty in July 2007.

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Partnership Spotlight: Dinner Church Collective

We are excited to share a story about one of the newest Kairos partners, the Dinner Church Collective. Verlon and Melodee Fosner were serving in a prototypical small church in Seattle. They faced a problem that seemed all too common: their robust, storied 90-year-old church was dying a slow and quiet death.

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Looking Back at the Standards of Excellence Series

We’ve spent several weeks talking about what it means to approach learning in a new way. This week, we look back at what we explored. We began our series with a few observations about standards of excellence. The first observation was about context. We observed that standards of excellence always assume a context.

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