Last week Nathan Hitchcock, SFS alumnus and Associate Professor of Church History and Theology, shared his story with us in the first entry of this two-part series on disciples and apostles. Today, in part two, he reflects upon what it means to participate in God’s mission while continuing to learn and grow.
Sioux Falls Seminary and Volunteers of America Dakotas are pleased to partner to offer a workshop on Christian community development. The Hiller Lectureship workshop will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, at Sioux Falls Seminary from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
We’ve been talking about the opportunity to join God in mission. We begin a two-part series by Nathan Hitchcock, SFS alumnus and professor. This week and next, Dr. Hitchcock will share his story and reflect upon what he’s learned about participating in God’s mission while continuing to learn.
It’s amazing how quickly a year goes by! I've been President of Sioux Falls Seminary for one year. I’m continually inspired by the people working at the seminary, the students we serve, and the stories I hear from alums, givers, churches, and others who have walked alongside us in our history.
The honorable Caleb Stegall, KS Supreme Court Justice, will join us for chapel and lunch on Tuesday, March 10, from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Come and hear Stegall share his perspective on the dynamics of interpreting authoritative texts! Free to first 50 RSVPs.
Last week, President Greg Henson talked about how each of us have the opportunity to join God in mission. This week, Academic Vice President and Dean Ron Sisk hones in on the creativity and flexibility that Paul used in his approach to participating in the gospel.
Dr. Nathan Hitchcock, Associate Professor of Church History and Theology, was featured as a guest writer for the online journal Die Evangelischen Theologen. Hitchcock explored how, as Christians, our knowledge of God's final work informs our work in the here and now.
Over the next few months, we are going to focus on what it means to participate in God’s mission, to join God in the work he is doing. 1 Corinthians 9:23 will serve as our launch point for this conversation. In the New English Translation (NET), it reads, “I do all these things because of the Gospel, so that I can be a participant in it.”
We’ve been exploring the Kingdom of God in our midst and how work and business can be a reflection of the kingdom. Today, we are excited talk about the Kingdom of God in our community. Our friends at Click Rain have found success by placing people before profits.
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