Hope and Resilience: Reflections from our learning community
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?
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.
Beverly Lapp, Vice President and Academic Dean, reflects on the recent growth in the canon of art, scholarship, theology, humor, worship and care-giving resources.
In this video message, AMBS president David Boshart shares the ways our learning community continues to live into our God-given vocation in this unprecedented time.
Students from the 2017 Christian Rituals course at AMBS have created a free webinar to plan engaging worship in a time of physical distancing.
President David Boshart, Ph.D., reflects on this year's Lenten journey as a time marked by many unknowns. However, the test of our faith is found in the affirmation of our hope.
President David Boshart, Ph.D., suggests that the church use this time of upheaval to encourage people to be still and know that God is very present.
Teaching Faculty member Rachel Miller Jacobs, D.Min., offers encouragement for staying connected and “trying softer” rather than “harder.”