In February 2019, Gary Hoag, a member of the Kairos Project teaching team, wrote an article for the Christian Leadership Alliance. It focused on asking the right questions and provided valuable direction for boards. Hoag highlighted the book, The Council, which he co-wrote with Greg Henson and Wes Willmer.
This week's article was published by the Oikonomia Network in February 2019. It is a spotlight on Sioux Falls Seminary that sheds light on how the Kairos Project is not only impacting the lives of students but helping to address some challenges that are currently being faced in theological education.
This week we are pleased to share an article that Larry Caldwell wrote for the North American Baptist Conference about hopes and challenges in global missions. The article was originally published by the conference in February 2019. More articles published by the North American Baptists can be found on their website at nabconference.org/articles/.
I am reminded today of different forms of celebration in our culture. At weddings we celebrate the union of two becoming one. At funerals we celebrate a life well lived. At graduations we celebrate the accomplishments of years of hard work. Each one requires an appropriate response.
We are honored to walk alongside our students. God does amazing work in and through his people, and the stories of his impact are astounding. Please join us Saturday, May 18, at 2:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Sioux Falls for our 161st commencement service.
This week's article, was written by Sam Nikkel on behalf of Sioux Falls and Taylor Seminaries. It was published as part of the Spring 2019 issue of Onward, a newsletter for the North American Baptist family. I don’t ever recall being greeted with the question, “Are you keeping rested?”
The annual Hiller Lectureship is next week! We strongly encourage you to attend. This year’s event, to be held at Central Church on Tuesday, April 30, will explore how to create an abundant community of life in our churches and our neighborhoods by journeying through the book of Revelation.
Before I enrolled at Sioux Falls Seminary, I was experiencing what many would call a “divine discontentment.” I knew that God wanted me to take the next step in my vocational journey, but I had no clue what that meant! So, sensing God’s leading, I started looking for an answer. I considered taking classes at a Christian college . . .
On February 1, 2018, I learned that as a result of an essay I wrote I had been selected to receive a scholarship to Jerusalem University College to participate in the Historical and Geographical Settings of the Bible class. I couldn’t believe the news, I was ecstatic and very thankful for this amazing opportunity.
Dr. Doug Anderson reflects on the Rosebud Immersion Experience that the seminary has offered each summer for more than a decade. I see elements of reconciliation appear during each week-long cultural immersion experience on the Rosebud Reservation in south central South Dakota.