AMBS News and Stories

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.

Remembering Bill Klassen

April 15, 2019

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.

Journey: A real-life story

February 19, 2019

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.