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Invest in leaders studying at AMBS

We’ve launched our two-week Season of Giving campaign that ends on Giving Tuesday, Dec. 1 with a goal to raise $100,000 to help AMBS continue to equip leaders. Every gift helps, no matter the size!

And thanks to a generous donor, all gifts received by Dec. 1, 2020, will be matched dollar for dollar, up to the $50,000 challenge total. This means your gift can go further toward helping us reach our $100,000 goal. Multiply your gift — you don’t have to wait until Giving Tuesday!

The faithful and generous support of donors like you makes the theological education and faith formation through AMBS.

Giving Tuesday

Your generous support enables AMBS to continue to educate Christian leaders, like Quinn, Deb, Sibonokuhle, and David for their work in the church and the world.

Our students share ...

Quinn Brenneke

Quinn Brenneke is an MDiv Campus student from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is co-pastor of Prairie Street Mennonite Church, which is part of Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference. In the video, he shares about what he values about his education at AMBS.

Deb Coates and Dave Johnson

Deb Coates is an MDiv Connect student from Brush Prairie, Washington, majoring in Christian Faith Formation. Dave Johnson is an MDiv Connect student from Portland, Oregon, majoring in Theological Studies: History, Theology and Ethics. They are from the same congregation: Portland Mennonite Church, which is part of the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference in Mennonite Church USA. In the video, they share about how seminary has impacted their leadership in their congregation.

Sibonokuhle Ncube

Sibonokuhle Ncube is an MDiv Campus student from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, majoring in Theological Studies: Peace Studies. She is a Creation Care Task Force member with Mennonite World Conference. In the video, she shares about how AMBS prepares devoted spiritual leaders.

Please consider investing in the current and future leaders God is calling to AMBS!

Each contribution enables us to continue to carry out the important work of educating Christian leaders for the church and the world. Give today!