Wilbert Shenk, PhD, missiologist, author and educator, served as Director of the Mission Training Center and Associate Professor of Missions at AMBS from 1990 to 1995.
Ron Ringenberg, MBA, MS, VP for Administration and Chief Financial Officer, will retire in August 2021.
AMBS is offering eight distance-friendly courses as well as 14 in-person courses on campus in Semester One. Courses meeting in person will follow COVID-safe protocols.
The three-day conference — on the theme of “Land: Loss, Connection and Imagination” — will weave together worship, theology, biblical study and praxis.
In July, Safwat Marzouk, PhD, concluded his roles as Associate Professor of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible and Bible Department Chair at AMBS after 10 years of service
AMBS and the Institute of Mennonite Studies are proud to be a part of the relaunched Anabaptist Mennonite Scholars Network!
Join the AMBS Library and Bookstore team on Zoom on June 21–22 as we interview authors of recently published books: Juan Francisco Martínez, Jamie Pitts and Sara Wenger Shenk.
Deanna A. Risser, M.B.A., of Goshen, Indiana, will begin in her new role on Aug. 1, succeeding Ron Ringenberg, M.B.A., M.S., who will retire in August.
On May 12, the Institute of Mennonite Studies and Dean’s Office hosted their 39th annual Book Celebration, recognizing publications from the 2020–21 academic year.
AMBS employees gathered on May 6 to recognize employment milestones for six faculty and staff members.