AMBS News and Stories
Community members who want to engage Scripture and strengthen their leadership skills can sign up to learn more about seminary study at AMBS, Thursday, Nov. 2, 5–9 p.m.
Jamie Pitts, Ph.D., and Andy Brubacher Kaethler, Ph.D., the new leaders of the Institute of Mennonite Studies, are building on a strong foundation.
Sara Wenger Shenk offers prayers for mercy, peace and courage following the violence in Charlottesville.
What are the hard things we can and must do to rebuild community and rally around shared mission?
Two long-time professors set to retire on June 30.
Graduate Bob Gerber (MACF 2017) helped create Anabaptist theology course with church leaders in Brazil.
Sara Wenger Shenk Ed.D. will begin her third four-year term on July 1, 2018.
May 20 commencement service honors 21 graduates.
Exhibit of Sharon Hoogstraten's 22 nearly life-size portraits is free and open to the public May 12 - June 12.
Testimonials from current and former members of the AMBS community honoring Alan Kreider — teacher, scholar, mentor and friend.
The AMBS community mourns the loss of a beloved professor, scholar, preacher, mentor and friend.
Three-day event also highlights stories and situations of Indigenous peoples.
Array is the largest in the city of Elkhart
Fourth graders engage Potawatomi story, helping plan a service of lament and apology.
Conference on Land and Christian Discipleship to weave together worship, theology, biblical study and praxis.
A response to heightened tension in the political, social and church arenas.
Theological Lectureship guest Hans de Wit focuses on intercultural Bible reading.
ICUR team works at structural, educational and relational change.
IMS hosts book release celebration March 7.
UMC Bishop David Alan Bard to speak at AMBS March 24.
Seminary to continue serving students through the growing MDiv Connect program.
Lee Hiebert, Master of Divinity student from British Columbia, Canada, on his decision to immerse himself at AMBS.
Dr. Hans de Wit, researcher and specialist in intercultural Bible reading will speak, March 2–4.
Church planter, researcher and educator, A. Brian Leander, Ph.D. was the featured speaker.
President Sara Wenger Shenk reflects on three sources of beauty in the uproar of these days.