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May
21

Join Us: Rosebud Mission Experience

Join us this summer and immerse yourself in another culture! Enrollment is open for our annual Rosebud Immersion Experience on July 7-13. Through this deeply enriching learning experience you will dialogue with instructors and Sicangu Lakota leaders and learn to use your gifts across cultural lines.

May
14

160th Graduating Class to Be Honored

Sioux Falls Seminary will celebrate its 160th graduating class on Saturday, May 19, 2018, at First Baptist Church in Sioux Falls at 2:30 p.m. The thirty-eight graduation candidates serve in a variety of contexts and minister in many different ways. Each has been uniquely equipped to participate in God’s ongoing work.

May
07

Stewardship Report: 2017-2018 Academic Year in Review

The academic year is quickly coming to a close. We’ll soon be recognizing this year’s graduates and celebrating with them God’s great work in their lives. For 160 years and counting, students have been enrolling at our seminary and experiencing the journey of theological education together.

Apr
30

Stewardship Report: CBTE Peer Report

Over the past few years, Sioux Falls Seminary has had a leadership role in the Educational Models and Practices in Theological Education Project. This is a project funded by the Lilly Endowment and administered by the Association of Theological Schools. The group's report is now available.

Apr
16

Stewardship Report: The Value of Intensives

This week, over 120 students will attend our spring 2018 Kairos Project intensive. These students, joining us from around the world, will come to Sioux Falls for a time of learning, worship, encouragement, and development. Here are five important ways that intensives encourage and develop our students.

Apr
09

Stewardship Report: Innovation as a Culture

Over the past several years, it seem like nearly every industry has fallen in love with the word “innovation.” This is true for businesses, nonprofits, schools, churches, and basically any organization trying to figure out how to thrive in a world that changes more each day. As a society, we label nearly any change as innovative.

Apr
02

Stewardship Report: Collaboration in Theological Education

When I think about theological education, I think of a system of interdependent, interconnected parts. A system that includes schools, churches, faith-based nonprofits, accrediting bodies, and more. Often, people picture this as a group of puzzle pieces that come together to make a unified whole.

Mar
26

Join Us for the 2018 Hiller Lectureship

The 2018 Hiller Lectureship is quickly approaching. We are excited for Dr. Taylor Worley to join us in Sioux Falls as our speaker. Come and acquire a fresh perspective on mission as we explore how to greet today’s culture with faith, hope, and love and welcome people into God’s kingdom in a hospitable and culture-positive way.

Mar
19

Recap: Sing and Celebrate Cruise

Friends and alumni of Sioux Falls Seminary recently joined God’s Volunteers/New Day and Taylor College and Seminary alumni on cruise to the Mexican Riviera. The group consisted of past SFS Community Choir members and individuals who have served in ministry as pastors, missionaries, and lay leaders.

Mar
05

Stewardship Report: MABT Intercultural Studies Cohort

What do a fast food executive, an instructor at a major hospital, and a manager for an aerospace company in the Middle East all have in common? They are all part of the first cohort of Kairos Project students in the Master of Arts (Bible and Theology) intercultural studies track, referred to as the MABT-IC.

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