Current issue: Spring 2015
This issue explores how reflecting on Scripture with art can help us see new things in familiar Bible texts. Students Karl Stutzman, Ann Jacobs and Rhonda Yoder share their perspectives. Professor of New Testament Mary Schertz and assistant professor of congregational formation Rachel Miller Jacobs also reflect on teaching through artful response.
About AMBS Window
The newsletter is published three times a year and is sent to people who contribute to AMBS and is included in the news magazines of Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA. Each issue provides ways to become involved with AMBS through financial support, prayer support and student recruiting. Read full issues online or send a message to [email protected] to request printed copies.
Recent back issues
This issue explores our relationship to food, It includes reflections by Malinda Berry, assistant professor of theology and ethics, and other Rooted and presenters, and examples of how the campus provides food for ourselves and others.
A review of commencement celebrations, including what's next for all the graduates. It also includes notes on Alumni Ministry and Service Recognition recipient Wilma Bailey and retirees Gayle Gerber Koontz and Ted.
Examples and perspectives on how AMBS is living into our commitment to care for God's creation through the curriculum, campus facilities and our life together.
Alumni and congregations are improvising leadership, as David Miller describes in this issue. They are finding ways to be involved in their communities, meeting needs and bringing God's kingdom closer for themselves and their neighbors.
Read about what graduates are doing next. Also, AMBS president Sara Wenger Shenk adds to the celebration with her list of spring experiences that make her thankful for our learning community.
New faculty Rachel Miller Jacobs, Jamie Pitts and Andy Brubacher Kaethler reflect on Anabaptist and Mennonite reading of Scripture. (PDF)
Learn about 2012 graduates and the ministries they are entering or involved in. (PDF)
Valuing the tradition and reshaping Anabaptist ♦ sharing a distinctly Christian peace witness ♦ A learning community with an Anabaptist vision (PDF)