I am speaking on the Tuesday before Lent begins, called "Fat Tuesday."
Orientation began yesterday, January 31, for new students for the spring semester at Sioux Falls Seminary.
Over the last seven years we have been blessed to enlarge our world by engaging in conversation, refreshment, and growth with other leaders who self-identify as evangelicals.
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to announce that Dr. Glen Stassen will be the featured speaker.
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to announce that Academic Vice President and Dean Dr. Ronald D. Sisk has authored Preaching Ethically, Being True to the Gospel, Your Congregation, and Yourself.
As a groundbreaking on March 28, 2008, at 1:30 p.m. is planned, design for the seminary's new campus is nearing completion.
Plans are underway for a Year of Celebration to commemorate the seminary's 150th anniversary.
Fifteen dollars, a sleeping bag, a Bible, a toothbrush, and a change of clothes doesn't sound like much. But for Sioux Falls Seminary and its students, it is the foundation of an immersion class
How we as an evangelical institution continued to identify with August Rauschenbusch.
Sioux Falls is a great place to live in lots of ways. We have many of the amenities of larger cities (symphony, parks galore, malls, variety of housing levels, private Christian colleges, good schools, etc.) without most of the problems.