Lyle and Lois Janzen Preheim donated the sapling, which Lyle created by grafting a cutting from a daughter tree of the Chortitza Oak onto a bur oak sapling.
Much of Esther Muhagachi’s work comes from creating pathways designed to empower women and children on issues of gender-based violence.
A tree sapling with roots in Mennonite and Ukrainian history will find its home on the AMBS campus on June 3, 2022.
AMBS employees gathered on May 10 to recognize employment milestones for faculty members and staff.
AMBS will offer hybrid, campus and blended graduate-level course options beginning in May and June.
The public is invited to attend AMBS’s 2022 Commencement Service on Saturday, April 30, 3-4:30 p.m. EDT, via livestream.
Barbara Peterson and her husband, Duane, decided in 2001 to establish a scholarship that would support students who are preparing to use visual arts in ministry or theological studies.
The AMBS campus community celebrated the release of A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence on March 10. The book can be purchased through the AMBS Bookstore.
Pastors & Leaders | Deep Faith 2022 Conference to explore “Formed in the Wilderness, Leading in Hope” at an upcoming conference which will begin at 7 p.m. EST on Monday, Feb. 21, and conclude at 12:30 p.m. EST on Thursday, Feb. 24.
Frederick J. Speckeen, PhD, of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, and Leonard Wiebe, MST, of Goshen, Indiana, are the 2021 recipients of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary’s (AMBS) Alumni Ministry and Service Recognition.