AMBS News and Stories
Rebecca Riek of Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, has found support for exploring her call to ministry and leadership through AMBS's Journey program.
Committee interprets feedback from survey and listening sessions; develops profile; and hears from President Sara Wenger Shenk.
A post by our newest faculty member about how he thinks AMBS is “uniquely positioned to cultivate and empower the next generation of global Anabaptist leaders.”
Recipients for 2019 represent service in congregational, academic, peacemaking and mission roles.
AMBS will close Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 5 p.m. and reopen at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31.
IMS managing editor's blog appears in the Evangelical Channel of the religion and spirituality site.
The AMBS Presidential Search Committee held their first in-person meeting Jan. 9-10.
Along with his biblical and theological expertise, Ben C. Ollenburger’s leadership and teaching have been shaped by his skillful and poignant storytelling.
Benjamin and Rianna Isaak-Krauss are the first AMBS students to incorporate the Sustainability Leadership Semester into their academic programs.
Pastors and Leaders 2019 participants will explore how to help their congregations respond to hate, intolerance and systemic racism in productive, transformative ways.
The Presidential Search Committee, chaired by AMBS Board Member Miriam Book of Lititz, Pennsylvania, will hold its first meeting Dec. 18.
Leadership development program now open to participants across North America and beyond
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary is seeking comments from the public about the school in preparation for a periodic evaluation by its accrediting agency. The school w...
Donation fills gap in the Studer Bible Collection.
Graduate student body of 98 students includes 21 international students.
Students Benjamin and Rianna Isaak-Krauss share about how their AMBS studies are helping equip them to love their neighbors.
Sara Wenger Shenk, who has served as president since 2010, plans to retire June 30.
More than 125 people attended the Oct. 19 service of installation at the AMBS Chapel.
$1 million grant will help establish program to support both new and experienced pastors.
Shifts in dominant Western belief systems and priorities are needed to live in right relationship with God’s creation in the present climate crisis, keynote speakers say.
Callers are unable to leave voicemail messages on the AMBS phone systems until October 5.
MDiv student Pratik Bagh reflects on the insights he and his wife, Shabnam Pratik Bagh, gained from their unexpected flight from Kutela, India, to Elkhart, Indiana, for studies at AMBS.
The public is invited to attend the Oct. 19 installation service for Beverly Lapp, EdD.
This summer, nine teenagers from across the U.S. participated in !Explore: A Theological Program for High School Youth.
David C. Cramer, Ph.D., of South Bend, Indiana, began Aug. 6 as the new IMS managing editor.