We are happy to announce the addition of volumes I and II from the Anabaptist Center for Religion and Society (ACRS) which “is a community of elders, with an Anabaptist perspective, to which members bring their rich life experiences and diversity to bear on problems at the nexus of university, church and society at large, through open explorations, meetings, conferences, publications and website resources. ACRS is structurally a part of EMU, which provides standing, responsibility and identity. The continuing Anabaptist movement needs critical thinking and diverse points of view. ACRS seeks to be a resource to enhance teaching, research, scholarship and student learning. (The Steering Committee, May 14, 2014.)” You may visit their website at this link. Volumes I and II were donated by a PNMHS member and we hope to add volumes 3 and 4 soon.