Publishing and Research at AMBS
A message from the director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary takes to heart the church’s need for thoughtful reflection on its practices and contemporary challenges. We take to heart the church’s need for Bible commentary and other Christian formation materials that help us grow toward God in faithful maturity. Our faculty, students, and staff produce a rich collection of books, articles, reviews, two journals, newsletters, hymns, poems, internet commentary, letters, and opinions each and every year.
These labors are labors of love: love for God, the church, the Bible, each other, the aged who are passing too quickly from our midst, the children who are tomorrow’s hope, the rest of us in between muddling through this wondrous thing called life. All of this makes AMBS source for wide-ranging resources for the church. Find here what fits the way you contribute to your congregation, the way you seek to grow in your love for God. — Mary H. Schertz
Subscribe to Vision journal
Visit the Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology website to subscribe or to order previous issues. The journal is published twice annually in the spring and fall.
Subscribe to Mission Focus
Mission Focus: Annual Review is published annually as a forum for sharing research, perspectives and discussion on issues facing Anabaptist/Mennonites in mission today.
New Book: A History of Mennonite Youth Ministry
A History of Mennonite Youth Ministry, 1885–2005 gives attention to efforts to nurture faith in young people of a particular faith group, Mennonites in North America. Sometimes those efforts were led by a denomination or its agencies and sometimes by a grassroots contingent of faithful people within the church, or by people clamoring for a voice.
According to the grace given to her traces the roots of Emma Sommers Richards call, from her spiritual development as a child, through her studies and teaching; her church planting work in Japan; and her groundbreaking ordination by the Illinois Mennonite Conference on June 17,1973.
According to the grace given to her
Anabaptist Prayer Book
The distinctive Anabaptist flavor of this collection of daily prayers is evident in the predominance of Jesus' voice, the space for communal reflection on scripture, and the specific choices of Bible readings. We offer these services in the hope that you will find in them a way of prayer through which the voice of Jesus will pervade your whole day. Published by Institute of Mennonite Studies