In the next few postings I am going to focus on the so-called non-writing prophets. Some have names, some are unnamed. Elijah is the best known of these prophets.
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to release its annual Advent devotional booklet--Devotional Thoughts: The Season of Advent 2012. Copies of the booklet are available for download.
Join Sioux Falls Seminary on Sunday afternoon, December 2, 2012, for the 36th annual performance of Handel's Messiah by the Sioux Falls Seminary Community Choir.
Sioux Falls Seminary is making an extra effort this week to thank its friends, alumni, and supporters. Students and employees are writing thank you notes.
Again Yhwh calls Samuel’s name twice. The boy is prepared this time to respond as Eli instructed him. “Speak, for your servant is listening.”
Sioux Falls Seminary’s Summit House has rooms available for any student looking to live together in community and serve the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood of Sioux Falls.
Weaving in the stories of Eli the high priest are the beginning days of the prophet Samuel, from his conception and birth to service to Eli and Yhwh and God’s call in chapter 3.
Sioux Falls Seminary was honored to host the Caring for Returning Warriors Workshop with the VA Medical Health System in Sioux Falls on Tuesday, October 9, 2012.
Joining the SFS faculty: Michael Wheaton and Gretchen Hartmann as Instructors of Marriage and Family Therapy and Nathan Hitchcock as Assistant Professor of Church History and Theology.
SFS and the VA present a workshop devoted to helping pastoral staff learn more about how to care for returning Veterans dealing with PTSD.