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May
13

161st Commencement Service on Saturday, May 18, 2019

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.

Apr
22

Hiller: Revelation and Abundant Community Life

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.

Apr
15

A Story to Tell: A Light on My Path

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 . . .

Apr
01

A Story to Tell: Reconciliation and Rosebud

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.

Mar
25

Hiller Lectureship: Invigorating Abundant Communities

The Hiller Lectureship is quickly approaching! This year, Dr. Ralph Korner, Taylor Seminary in Edmonton, AB, will be our speaker. Join us on Tuesday, April 30, from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. at Central Church in Sioux Falls as he shares how the book of Revelation speaks to living life today.

Mar
18

Looking Back: A System of Theological Education

Over the last several weeks, we have highlighted some of our partners, met a few people, and shared a few stories along the way. We looked at four different types of partners. In each case, we learned a bit about the partner organization and how collaboration is creating unique opportunities for students.

Mar
11

Story: Be a Voice for Your People

Yá’át’ééh shik’is (Hello my friend)! My name is Donnie Begay, Navajo. I am married to Renee, and we have three beautiful daughters. My wife and I are on staff with Nations, a Cru ministry. After I graduated from college at New Mexico State University in 2005, I decided I would never go through that again. However, I read about...

Mar
04

Story: A Place Called Home

Last week we put a spotlight on our partnership with NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community. Their work is a great example of what happens when seminaries think differently about how to walk alongside students in a journey of theological education. This week and next, we will share stories from NAIITS students.

Feb
25

Partnership Spotlight: NAIITS

When seminaries choose to embrace the creative challenges they have, unique and important opportunities to create communities of learning arise. That posture also empowers schools to think differently about how to walk alongside students in a journey of theological education. One school breaking new ground is NAIITS.

Feb
18

Story: Biblical Depth and Living it Out

Last week, we talked about Gospel Depth and the importance of collaborating with ministry organizations led by kingdom-minded people. To dive deeper on that topic, let’s look at City Life Church and seminary student Morgan. City Life Church is a gospel-centered, growing church in downtown Wichita, KS.

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