Author Guidelines

JPAC welcomes submissions by academics, service providers who work in plain Anabaptist communities, and members of plain Anabaptist communities. Prospective authors should contact the editors of JPAC concerning any questions about types of submissions for publication in the journal.

Submissions should be in Microsoft Word, double-spaced, with 1 inch margins, left justification only, and no headers or footers. Endnotes should be appropriately numbered in the text, with each notation placed at the end of narrative, but before references. Citations and references should follow the formatting style of the American Psychological Association. A link with easy to follow guidelines for APA style may be found at:

Prospective authors for JPAC have the option of selecting an alternative format for citations and references. It is the Chicago Manual of Style. Chicago Manual of Style can be found at:

Please contact the editors for questions about formatting and referencing styles. A submission preparation checklist may be found below.