Invite AMBS is a unique opportunity to invite the faculty and staff of AMBS to come directly to you.
If your church or organization is looking to address a certain topic, or if you want to hear from a specific speaker, take a look below to see what topics AMBS faculty and staff speakers are highly trained to provide.
This is the place to start the process of inviting AMBS faculty and staff directly to your gathering. Call, email or fill out the short information form to hear more about costs involved and to discuss possible dates.
Anabaptist Approaches to Scripture | Anabaptist History and Theology | Anabaptism Today | Anti-racist and intercultural pastoral care | Becoming a Community of Healing & Hope | Christian Nationalism and Political Idolatry | Confessional Bible Study | Doxology Against Empire | Environmental Concerns in Theological Perspective | Feminist & Womanist Theologies | The Global Church | God’s Shalom & the Church’s Witness | Healthy Boundaries Training | Imperial Rome and the Jesus Movement | Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism Training and/or Consultations | Lament in the Bible | Nonviolent Communication | Peace Theology & Group Process | Peacemaking in Early Christianity | Reading the Bible as a Literature of Resistance | Reading the Bible with Jesus | Sexualized Violence in the Bible | Somatic practices for addressing trauma | Trauma and trauma-informed caregiving | Trauma-Informed Bible Study | Women in the Bible
Additional topics appear on each speaker's Offerings page.
Nekeisha Alayna Alexis, MA, is the Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism (ICUR) coordinator at AMBS.
Susannah Larry, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at AMBS.
Bryan Moyer Suderman is a Teaching Associate of the AMBS Church Leadership Center.
Malinda E. Berry, PhD, is Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics at AMBS.
David B. Miller, DMin, is a Teaching Associate of the AMBS Church Leadership Center.
Drew Strait, PhD, is Assistant Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at AMBS.
Leah R. Thomas, PhD, is the Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care and Contextual Education at AMBS.