AMBS News and Stories
The live event will take place on Tuesday, March 31, 3–4:15 p.m. EDT, and is open to anyone from any denomination.
New volumes in the Studies in Anabaptist Theology and Ethics book series include Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision and Liberating the Politics of Jesus.
More than 150 Mennonite church leaders and educators gathered at AMBS March 2-5 to discern the benefits and challenges of digital technology.
The first students to enroll in AMBS's new online MA: Theology and Global Anabaptism were more than 7,500 miles away.
"Encountering Egypt" learning tour led by professors Safwat Marzouk, Ph.D., and Drew Strait, Ph.D., brings together past and present.
Director and producer Talashia Keim Yoder, an AMBS student, engages student actors in exploring biblical and theological themes in the show.
Our alumni are our most important influencers of prospective students and are among our most faithful donors. Here are benefits we’re providing with gratitude.
Sister Care seminar in Uganda expands to include Compassionate Care component for men; AMBS employee and student provide leadership.
Susannah M. Larry of Nashville, Tennessee, will join the AMBS teaching faculty on July 1 as assistant professor of biblical studies.
ATS Evaluation Committee notes four "distinctive strengths" they observed at AMBS.
Nearly 175 people attended the Jan. 20 panel discussion with Benjamin J. Tapper, Rev. Jean Mayes and Rev. Dr. Plez Lovelady.
Burkholder, who earned a Bachelor of Divinity from Goshen Biblical Seminary (now AMBS) in 1955, also served in various roles at AMBS.
On Monday, Jan. 20, 2–4 p.m., AMBS will host a free, public event in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, including a panel discussion and community conversation.
Daylong workshops will be offered at AMBS in conjunction with the Pastors and Leaders 2020 / Deep Faith conference on "Shaping Faith in a Digital Culture."
AMBS and Mennonite Church USA are collaborating to offer a joint Pastors and Leaders 2020 and Deep Faith conference March 2–5 on "Shaping Faith in a Digital Culture."
The AMBS community is grieving the sudden loss of Willard M. Swartley, a beloved colleague, teacher, mentor and friend.
New book by AMBS professor Safwat Marzouk written to help congregations engage the topic of migration.
A reflection on the Journey Weekend Learning Event on the U.S. West Coast by Gordon Smith, credentialing committee member of Pacific Southwest Mennonite Conference.
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.