AMBS News and Stories
Daylong training on Aug. 28 draws more than 40 representatives of local organizations.
AMBS Sessional Instructor Betty Pries, Ph.D., offers her training and experience.
Bruce Baergen speaks to extended discernment phase of presidential search process.
A letter from Bruce Baergen, chair of the AMBS Board of Directors
Press release: David W. Boshart, Ph.D., will begin Jan. 1, 2020, as AMBS's fourth president.
Students will benefit from access to Bethany Theological Seminary, Earlham School of Religion and AMBS courses.
Trail of Death pilgrimage helps participants remember atrocities done "in the name of Christ" and seek transformation.
Sara Wenger Shenk, Ed.D., reflects on the question, "What does it mean to leave well?," after her nine-year term as AMBS president.
Committee enters a time of extended discernment.
Johns served as academic dean, professor of New Testament and director of AMBS's MDiv program.
The "beloved leader" retired from her role on June 30, 2019.
Sara Wenger Shenk, President As AMBS President, I speak on behalf of the Sexual Misconduct Response Team (SMRT) and the AMBS Board Chair to affirm Hilary Scarsella in her dec...
The AMBS Presidential Search Committee has selected David W. Boshart, Ph.D., for consideration.
New program is a response to the growing demand for fully online master's degrees.
AMBS's 73rd commencement service honors 20 graduates.
IMS Managing Editor David C. Cramer delivered this address at the annual AMBS and IMS book celebration on May 1.
Funds also allow for purchase of fourth-century Codex Sinaiticus facsimile.
Event is a collaborative effort between AMBS’s Church Leadership Center and Mennonite Women USA.
David W. Boshart, Ph.D., of Wellman, Iowa, will serve as assistant professor of missional leadership and pastoral care.
Klassen was a New Testament professor in 1958 when Mennonite Biblical Seminary began on the Elkhart campus.
Meghan Larissa Good, D.Min., teaching pastor and AMBS board member, will bring the commencement address.
The Community Foundation of Elkhart County will help fund a training for community leaders in Elkhart County.
The June 3-13 course traces the route of the U.S. military’s forced removal of Potawatomi people from north central Indiana to eastern Kansas.
Conference speakers encourage participants to imagine and proclaim new narratives to embrace marginalized communities and counter oppression.
Students from 12 countries and six continents — all but Antarctica — are calling the AMBS campus home this academic year.