Stewardship Report: Making Disciples

June 4, 2018

Three years ago, I shared my story as a student at Sioux Falls Seminary, studying toward my Master of Arts in Bible & Theology.  I noted that I began my journey with eyes toward a career but concluded more focused than ever on God’s call.

Today, I am on the other side of the desk, having completed my first year as Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology at Trinity Bible College in Ellendale, ND.  I am amazed at how often I have reflected on lessons learned during my time at the seminary, advising students out of wisdom I gained from faculty and staff.

One of the lessons I am most grateful for is recognizing the many forms of obedience to Jesus’ words in Matthew 28:19-20: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.”

In seminary, I was drawn to a new aspect of the Great Commission: teaching.  In my current role, I prepare students to “go,” both in preparation for vocational ministry and annual mission opportunities.  I would not have been prepared to fill this role in the Great Commission without Sioux Falls Seminary, and I believe countless alumni would say the same.

Your partnership makes it possible to serve students and move the seminary’s mission of developing servants for their participation in the kingdom mission forward.  Please join us as we serve God’s Great Commission!  Together, we are sharing the gospel in many ways across the globe.

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