For pastors and leaders
Welcome to Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary. Explore what AMBS has for you with this guide to our workshops, seminars, webinars and publications. These resources are designed especially for people in ministry, so AMBS can be your source for life-long learning and nurture.
If you already have a ministry degree, here is where you can meet other pastors and continue to learn from professors. If you have been called to ministry without specific preparation, AMBS offers ministry training at different levels. If you are looking for resources for others in your congregation or organization, we have that, too. We encourage you to make use of all AMBS offers and to invite others to do the same.
Wednesday, Oct 22 - Wednesday, Dec 3, 2014
Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014
Monday, Dec 8, 2014
The Circle BlogThe Church Leadership Center's new blog The Circle features posts from presenters and teachers who are scheduled to lead events. The first post, "What Culture and What Embodiment of Anabaptism?" comes from forthcoming Pastors Week presenter Drew Hart. He writes, "We must consider how our theology blurs with culture, in relation to power and privilege. Is theology blurring with dominant cultural values and practices?"
Anabaptist short courses
Anabaptist short courses provide a way for new Anabaptists and people seeking to deepen their ministry in the way of Jesus to engage Anabaptist history, thought and witness. Courses are offered online and last six weeks each. Readings and discussion are comparable to seminary-level work, assuming critical thinking skills and some previous academic study. No credit will be awarded.
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