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Jeff Borders

Jeff Borders was born in Spokane, Washington and has lived there since. He is a self published author, focusing in science fiction and fantasy, but he enjoyes writing in all its forms. By trade he is a Respiratory Therapist, but he is also active in his community as a volunteer firefighter, as well as being active in his church. He holds many additional teaching certifications for his fields of employment and he enjoys educating others. Jeff married his wife Crystyne in 2003, and together they have four, very fun and energetic children. His website is www.jeffbordersbooks.com

Ask A Latter-day Saint: Honoring the Sabbath

Generally we do our best to not work or purchase things on the Sabbath, but there are always exceptions to this practice.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: Views on race

You may have heard that from the mid 1800’s until 1978, the Church did not ordain men of black African descent to the Priesthood, or allow black men or women to participate in temple endowment or sealing ordinances. This is true.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: Re-joining the Church after Ex-Communication

Excommunication is not intended to be the end result for the member. After a member is excommunicated, local Church leaders continue to work with the individual if they are willing and desirous to do so. The ultimate goal is to eventually return to full fellowship.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: Historical Church Documents

Questions regarding the whereabouts of historical church documents are not uncommon.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: LGBT Policy Changes

It’s important to remember that policies do change within the Church to meet the needs of a global and diverse membership.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: Fearing judgement

A lot of this comes from misunderstandings about what the Church is, and what is represents, and fearing that they will lose a loved one if investigating the Church.

Ask A Latter-day Saint: What is Kolob?

The first reference to Kolob (pronounced co-lob) comes from ancient records that we believe were translated by Joseph Smith through the gift and power of God.

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