Greetings from Dubai! As I mentioned last week, my travels this month will take me from the warmth of Dubai to the chilly fall air of Edmonton to the coffee-infused hills of Colombia. Aside from the wonderful opportunities to see what God is doing in and through our partners around the world, my packing abilities are being stretched to the limit!
October is a busy month for Sioux Falls Seminary, the network of partners engaged in the Kairos Project, and me personally! Between October 1-31, members of our community will be in Canada, all four times zones in the contiguous US, Germany, Dubai, Ethiopia, and Colombia. I will be in each of these places this month.
Philippians 1:3-11 reminds us, "I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. It is right for me to feel this way about all of you...
Two weeks ago, we began sharing a few articles on prayer written by the North American Baptist Conference. This week's article on the essential nature of prayer is written by Dan Hamil, the Executive Director for the North American Baptist Conference. To read more of the articles provided by the conference, visit their website at nabconference.org.
Last week, we began sharing some articles on prayer written by the North American Baptist Conference. This week's articleon silence and solitude is written by Kent Carlson, the Vice President of Leadership Formation for the North American Baptists. To read more of the articles provided by the conference, visit their website at nabconference.org.
Over the next three weeks, we are sharing some articles on prayer written by the North American Baptist Conference. This week's article focuses on prayer as a spiritual discipline. It is written by Kent Carlson, Vice President of Leadership Formation. To read more articles provided by the conference, visit their website at nabconference.org.
The In Trust Center for Theological Studies recently published an article on how disruption can bring about change that leads to long-term viability. With changes in theological education today, the article hints at what might be required of schools if they want to remain sustainable today and in the future.
Former professor Rhoda Carpenter recently published, A God Who Comes Near: Reflections on the Psalms. The book "speaks to the beauty and contemporary relevance of the psalms, pointing the reader to a God who desires honest expression, comes close to listen, and reveals a deeper understanding of who he is and how he loves."
Three weeks ago we began sharing a four-part series that Dr. Philip Thompson wrote for The Christian Citizen. This week's article concludes this series. The series, "Theological Education in North America: Crises and Faithful Creativity," has explored the Kairos Project and its impact on theological education. Today, we explore the seminary's Baptist roots.
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.