AMBS News and Stories

AMBS's livestreamed 2021 commencement service will honor 21 candidates for graduation who are completing degrees and certificates. Cyneatha Millsaps (MDiv 2008) of Elkhart will bring the commencement address

AMBS was part of a Feb. 17 videoconference conversation among Mennonite-related organizations on addressing climate change and environmental degradation.

Planners of AMBS's first fully online Pastors and Leaders conference sought to give leaders an opportunity to “get away” and recharge after a year of living through COVID-19.

Worship materials for congregational use for the Sunday after Easter are now available online.

The fifth Rooted and Grounded: A Conference on Land and Christian Discipleship will be held Oct. 14–16, 2021; proposals for papers and workshops are due April 30.

The AMBS learning community bid farewell to Barb Gamble in February and welcomed Steve Norton to an additional role.

The AMBS Development Team has undergone some shifts in roles and responsibilities.

The merit-based scholarships are designed to make Anabaptist theological and leadership education more accessible to students of diverse traditions, ethnicities, racial identities and geographic locations.

The AMBS Marketing and Communications Team is undergoing some shifts in roles and responsibilities.

Since its inception in 1990, the Paul and Bertha Miller Pastoral Leadership Scholarship has benefited 38 students with $120,419 in tuition aid.

This year's COVID-aware AMBS International Student Lunch involved carry-out meals and fellowship via videoconference.

Members of the AMBS community have created elements of a worship service that we are offering to our constituent congregations.

Offering church leaders space to “be” while learning how to thrive as leaders and congregations in the midst of the unprecedented disruption of COVID-19 will be the focus of Pastors and Leaders 2021.

Karl Stutzman, M.L.S., and Brandon Board, M.L.I.S., were honored by the Private Academic Library Network of Indiana Inc.

Nancy Kauffmann of Goshen, Indiana, and Anne Garber Kompaoré of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, are the 2020 recipients of the annual award.

It’s movement time

November 3, 2020

What does witness look like now?   By Janna L. Hunter-Bowman, Ph.D., ...

As announced on Oct. 20, Mennonite Church Eastern Canada terminated the minis...

At the Institute of Mennonite Studies, we are grieving the news of findings of misconduct by John D. Rempel.

Today, Mennonite Church Eastern Canada (MCEC) is reporting the conclusion of an in...

By Laurie Oswald Robinson NEWTON, Kansas, and ELKHART, Indiana (Mennonite Mission Ne...

The Institute of Mennonite Studies (IMS) and the AMBS Library have digitized two important IMS book series, making them freely accessible online.

The Widow and the Judge — Memory, Resistance and Hope: Intercultural Reading of Luke 18:1–8 in Latin American Contexts of Impunity is fifth and final volume.

Mennonite World Conference and AMBS enter partnership in “sharing of gifts.”

In this time of pandemic and social upheaval, Ben C. Ollenburger, Ph.D., encouraged the candidates for graduation to focus on one thing: love.

Bryan Moyer Suderman, M.T.S., has resigned from his half-time role as advancement associate for Canada as of Aug. 21.