Summer is almost over and a new school year will start in two weeks.
Life in the business office is always full of variety. We serve students, handle financial transactions, operate a psychological services center, and run an 83 unit housing operation.
Ellie Wiesel tells many Hasidic tales in his book, Souls on Fire. One of my favorites follows and addresses today's ministry.
With its 150 anniversary approaching, a seminary committee is currently making plans for a year of celebration.
The Sioux Falls Seminary Leadership Foundation eagerly looks forward to the 5th Annual "Actively Impacting Ministries" (AIM) Pheasant Hunt
Four talented and experienced individuals will join the faculty at Sioux Falls Seminary this summer.
"Cared for and loved," is how Deb Sherburn-Larson Mack passionately describes the time she and her three minor children spent at Sioux Falls Seminary in the late '80's.
Over the years I have reflected a lot on "compassion." But I have shied away from "passion" like a colt jumping at a shadow.
It's summer at the seminary. Professors show up in shorts. Some go away for vacation and come back with new beards.
A group of nine students from Sioux Falls Seminary will travel to Mission, South Dakota, on the Rosebud Reservation to live among the residents