Sioux Falls Seminary featured Rev. Dr. Charlie Self at the 2016 Hiller Lectureship on April 13. Over 120 Christian leaders came together to hear about “Pastor 4.0,” which aimed to redefine leadership and mission for the 21st century. Self’s presentations were described as "inspiring" and "powerful.”
Representatives of Sioux Falls Seminary and Taylor Seminary have just returned from Cameroon where a growing partnership in theological education is taking shape with the Cameroon Baptist Convention and its two seminaries.
Our 2015 Advent devotionals, one for each week of Advent plus one for Christmas Day, are written by alumni of Sioux Falls Seminary and inspired by 2 Corinthians 4:7. This week alumnus Harrison Lippert talks about how we can be ambassadors of reconciliation.
Nathan Hitchcock, Shanda Stricherz, Jennifer Helkenn, and Darrel Bartell were all recently honored when Sioux Falls Seminary presented its third annual Excellence Awards. Please join us in thanking our 2015 recipients for their roles in creating a culture of excellence in Christian service.
On September 1, we celebrated the start of our 158th academic year! The convocation service was a wonderful event not only because we celebrated the beginning of a new academic year, but also because we welcomed Dr. Larry Caldwell as the Chief Academic Officer.
We're excited to explore The Great Commission and how theological education has sought to serve that mission over time. We will look at the history of theological education, ask how we've progressed, and seek to understand the systems that have brought us to today.
We are excited to announce our next Women in Community event series offering - Wholehearted! We invite you to join us in Sioux Falls or Omaha on September 25 and 24, respectively. If you find yourself seeking God in all aspects of your life, you’ll want to join us for this day of dialogue, reflection, and discovery!
Stewardship matters. That's why we've been using our gifts to serve others. As Chief Operating Officer, I spend much of my time thinking about how we can steward organizational resources for maximum kingdom effectiveness. This happens many different ways.
The past 15 months have been a celebration of God’s work, and we referred to this season as, Immeasurably More. Over those months, we have seen God raise up new partnerships, expand financial resources, and lead our institution through a process of renewal.
The end of the semester is around the corner. I look forward to celebrating commencement with our seminary family. As we conclude our discussion on participation in God’s mission, I’m challenging our graduates to step out and boldly follow God into mission and to consider their work in light of what God is doing in the world.