In Trust Magazine recently invited incoming President Greg Henson and Generosity Monk's Gary Hoag to collaborate on a series of articles to “assist trustees and administrators in understanding the rapidly changing theological education environment.”
As a weeklong Thank-a-Thon comes to an end, eight hundred handwritten thank you notes will soon be delivered to some of the friends and alumni who provide financial support for Sioux Falls Seminary's scholarships and operating funds.
As many individuals are making plans to gather with relatives, enjoy fellowship, and give thanks, Sioux Falls Seminary Master of Divinity student Pastor Jeff Lathrop is planning a family reunion of a different kind. He'll soon depart for a 15-day trip to the Philippine Islands.
Sioux Falls Seminary joyfully shares that Greg Henson has been named our 12th president. The vote by the Board of Trustees at its meeting on October 25, 2013, was unanimous. Henson will begin his new role on February 3, 2014.
Dr. Susan Reese, Sheryl Sletten, Dee Wacker, and the Rev. Brian Russell were all honored on Friday, October 25, when Sioux Falls Seminary presented the first annual Excellence Awards. Thanks for your role in helping create a culture of excellence in Christian service.
The latest issue of the Impact Magazine celebrates Dr. Mike Hagan and his commitment to being faithful to the task while teaching and leading at SFS for 29 years. Please join us on Friday, Sept. 27 from 4-6 p.m. in the seminary's lobby for an Open House in his honor.
Sioux Falls Seminary has been exploring the topic of faith, work, and economics over the past year in a variety of different ways. The seminary recently shared some of the ways in which it is engaging the topic in The Oikonomia Network newsletter.
Summit House at Sioux Falls Seminary has openings for current and incoming students. If you feel called to outreach or community development or are interested in learning about the fears, struggles, desires, and needs of people—life at Summit House might be for you.
It didn't take long for Summit House residents to realize that their brood of chickens could provide more than fresh eggs. The birds are proving to be yet another way house residents can build relationships with neighbors of any age.
Through Summit House, student Jesse Walhof is living out his passion for community outreach to at-risk individuals. On July 1, he will become the Resident Director for Summit House. His new role will allow him to live out his passion in a new way.