Sioux Falls Seminary alumnus Brian Stroh (MDiv 2003) has a story to tell. It’s a story, ten years in the making, about what led his church to serve their neighborhood school instead of focusing on boosting Sunday attendance. He began working at Hillcrest Church in Sioux Falls, SD, in 2002 and now serves as the Executive Pastor. Here’s his story.
Stewardship is an important part of organizational leadership at Sioux Falls Seminary. Financial, human, and physical resources are stewarded as we pursue the mission to which God has called us. Last week, we relaunched our stewardship report and and gave thanks for the life-changing impact of the Kairos Project.
As we consider what it means for Sioux Falls Seminary to walk alongside others as they become fully alive in Christ, it's important to focus on how the seminary serves the community of Sioux Falls. When I reflect upon the ways in which SFS is serving Sioux Falls, I think of how parts of it are woven into almost every aspect of the city.
Since 2003, the amount seminaries are spending to deliver theological education has risen by about 30%. Many seminaries are searching for ways to bridge the gap between rising costs and declining enrollment. At Sioux Falls Seminary, we are committed to developing a new way forward.
Dr. Susan Reese, Sheryl Sletten, Dee Wacker, and the Rev. Brian Russell were all honored on Friday, October 25, when Sioux Falls Seminary presented the first annual Excellence Awards. Thanks for your role in helping create a culture of excellence in Christian service.
What are some of God's greatest gifts? Five alumni of SFS--Val Reinhiller, Jeff Kilmartin, Randy Schmor, Jason Larson, and Larry Neufeld--explore the topic in our 2013 Advent Devotional booklet. Downloads available for reading or duplication.
The latest issue of the Impact Magazine celebrates Dr. Mike Hagan and his commitment to being faithful to the task while teaching and leading at SFS for 29 years. Please join us on Friday, Sept. 27 from 4-6 p.m. in the seminary's lobby for an Open House in his honor.
Sioux Falls Seminary is once again taking requests for free copies of the Advent devotional booklets and Seminary Sunday inserts. Additionally, churches may request personal visits by seminary personnel to your congregation.
In January 2013, Sioux Falls Seminary alumnus, Dr. Roger E. Olson, was awarded the newly established Foy Valentine Endowed Professorship in Christian Ethics at Baylor University.
A video message from author John Maxwell explains why Lifetime Leadership Development is so important. It isn't too late to enroll. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.