AMBS News and Stories

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.

The public is invited to the live-streamed commencement and commissioning ceremony from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Seminary leaders' goal is to give students and employees safe access to campus spaces while making it possible to study or work from home as needed.

From 1987 to 1997, Friesen served as director of the Great Plains Seminary Education Program.

In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, the AMBS Library is committing 10% of its acquisitions budget to purchase anti-oppression resources materials for 2020–21.

Online ordination creates long-distance intimacy for AMBS graduate Janette Lyndaker Gallagher (MDiv 2018).

These six-week online courses will orient users to the new Voices Together worship and song collection coming this fall.

Daniel Schipani, Dr.Psy., Ph.D., reminds us that the original Greek meaning of "pandemic" is "of or belonging to all the people." How does this relate to the church's call?

The dismantling of systemic racism happens when we take seriously the rage, grief and pain of those who are protesting.

The AMBS community gives thanks remotely for the scholarly achievements of faculty, staff and students in 2019–20.

A Christian ritual course sparked the creation of a conference workshop and then — in response to the pandemic — a webinar on planning online worship services.

Experiencing the pandemic as a global learning community presents opportunities to experiment with and model leadership in a time of crisis.

Vice President and Academic Dean Beverly Lapp, Ed.D., reflects on how AMBS is adapting to COVID-19 in preparing leaders for ministry and service.

In this time of upheaval, Nekeisha Alayna Alexis, MA, sees unique opportunities to act for justice.

Leah R. Thomas, Ph.D., of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, will join the AMBS teaching faculty Aug. 1 as assistant professor of pastoral care and contextual education.

David L. Habegger, Rel.D., 94, an AMBS alumnus and former employee, died March 30 in Elkhart, Indiana.

The grant matches contributions that congregations, conferences and regional churches make toward a student’s graduate-level tuition costs.

Consultation brings together peace theologians and peacebuilding scholars for a conversation about the state of their fields and about interdisciplinary cooperation.