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A Thin and Blurry Line - Kairos Project Series

We've embraced an outcomes-based philosophy of education that permeates every program and educational track. Some students interact with that philosophy by taking a traditional course in a traditional way, while others interact through distance education and contextual learning opportunities.


We’re Building a Fan Club - Kairos Project Series

Roughly 70 students attended the recent Kairos Project intensive. Students came from three countries, two continents, and several states. All had one thing in common: they were here because someone told them about it.


Loss of Alumus, Former Administrator Dr. Gordon Stork

We join our friends in the North American Baptsit Conferencein mourning the loss of alumnus Dr. Gordon Stork (MDiv & MACO '86; DMin '97), who served as an NAB Regional Minister, pastor, and former administrator at Sioux Falls Seminary.


Mentor Teams, Contextual Learning Good Ideas - Kairos Project Series

As we enter into the third year of the Kairos Project at Sioux Falls Seminary, I am more convinced than ever that mentor teams and contextual learning are great ideas. This reality should come as a surprise to no one.


Agile Program Development - Kairos Project Series

Agile Program Development is a method by which schools can develop programs that meet a need and are responsive to student and market realities. This philosophy embraces the idea that we are not the keepers of pedagogical truth.


Curricula, Assessment, and Efficiency - Kairos Project Series

As we enter the third year of this project, it is helpful to reflect on some of the early results and what we have learned. Today, we look at results as they relate to the impact Kairos has had on curricula, assessment, and efficiency.


Enrollment and Reach - Kairos Project Series

The Kairos Project has been up and running at Sioux Falls Seminary for two academic years. We are entering our third year, and students in the program account for nearly one-half of all the seminary’s master-level students. We have learned a lot over the past two years.


Where Are They Now? - Kairos Project Series

Two years ago, Sioux Falls Seminary embarked on a remarkable journey as we launched a new educational paradigm called the Kairos Project. In our first announcement about the program, we talked about our desire to shift the focus of theological education.


Thanking God for His Continued Blessings

The new academic year began last Monday. Students returned to campus and are journeying together on the road of theological education. Faculty and administration are committed to making theological education more affordable, accessible, and relevant as they remain faithful to their calling as servants of God.


Reclaimed: Discover Your Role in God’s Story

We have been planning our annual Women in Community event. We are very excited for Friday, September 23! This week, we’ll preview Women in Community by learning more about Christy Fay, guest speaker, and her call to join God in the renewal of all things.

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