AMBS News and Stories
The new book — Hardship, Resistance, Collaboration: Essays on Dutch Mennonites during World War II and Its Aftermath — tells stories of Dutch Mennonites' responses to German occupation in the 1940s.
AMBS professor’s book reclaims the Bible as a source of hope and healing for survivors of sexualized violence.
Volunteer Coordinator Ed Kauffman makes an unexpected discovery.
Healing and restoring our broken connections to the land — as individuals and communities — was the focus of the fifth Rooted and Grounded Conference on Land and Christian Discipleship, held Oct. 14–16 at AMBS.
AMBS's number of degree/certificate-seeking graduate students rose from 92 to 116 , and graduate-level course enrollments are at their highest level in seven years.
Assistant Professor Susannah Larry, PhD, wrote Leaving Silence to help individuals and congregations explore and understand stories of sexualized violence in the Bible from a survivor-centered approach.