As Christians we tend to about God’s provision as soley financial resources or physical assets. God has definitely provided Sioux Falls Seminary with abundant resources in these areas. However, his provision of opportunities for innovation are, quite possibly, the most staggering.
Each year, God provides roughly $3 million in financial resources to Sioux Falls Seminary. God also blesses us with the provision of administration, faculty, therapists, and board members who are invested in our kingdom calling, physical space, and a vast array of opportunities and relationships.
Whenever I read Colossians 3:17, I cannot help but think about one of my former students. We were working through this chapter at Bible study one evening when he interrupted the reading. “Everything?” he asked. Are we really supposed to do everything in the name of Jesus? I think that’s a fair question.
Sioux Falls Seminary believes theological education works best when it integrates with and utilizes learning and formational experiences from kingdom-minded partners. We work diligently to find these partners and are excited to announce our new relationship with Kingswell in Middletown, OH. Kingswell brings a unique approach . . .
Were you a member of the Seminary Community Choir, sing in a music group, or participate in God's Volunteers or New Day while you attended Sioux Falls Seminary? If so, we have a reunion opportunity to share with you. A new promotional sale is available. Book today if you are interested.
Each day we thank God for the resources he provides through our givers, students, board members, faculty, staff, and partners. Over the next three months, we hope to embody Colossians 3:17 as we share stories and provide a glimpse of God’s handiwork in and through Sioux Falls Seminary.
In 2008, after nearly two decades rallying God’s people to participate in his work, I felt God leading me to go from serving one ministry to serving many. I wasn't sure what that would look like. I prayed daily and, for the most part, heard nothing. After months, I felt God say, “Gary you are done here.”
Join us on Friday, May 12, 2017, for the naming and dedication of our chapel space in honor of Professor Emeritus Dr. Ted Faszer and his wife, Marietta. The celebration will begin with hors d'oeuvres at 5:45 p.m. in the lobby of the seminary and be followed by a service of worship and ceremony of dedication at 6:30 p.m. RSVP by May, 5.
As we embrace our role in God’s mission, steward his creation, and participate in his ongoing work, our role as image-bearers requires us to serve others in the name of Christ. One way we do this is through our annual Rosebud Immersion Experience, which will take place on July 8-14 this year.
Were you a member of the Sem Choir, sing in a music group, or participate in God's Volunteers or New Day while in seminary? If so, we have a reunion opportunity to share with you. God's Volunteers and New Day alumni invite you to join them on a cruise to the Mexican Riviera on February 10-17, 2018.