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Monday, May 27, 2024

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

LDS Church To Drop Scouts Program

As announced yesterday (May 8) in a joint statement with the Boy Scouts of America, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will conclude its more than 100 year relationship with the BSA as of Dec. 31, 2019. Until that time, the intention of the Church is to have all young boys 8-13 continue to actively participate in the scouting organization.

Alfie Evans: Should the state get to decide when someone dies?

If you haven’t been paying attention to the Alfie Evans story, you should. This story is playing out in front of the world, like a sick Orwellian novel.

Vulgar language can hurt your relationship with God

Jeff Borders asks to think about the words we use: do they bring us closer to others and to God, or do they drive a wedge between people?

Three words to reflect on this Easter: It Is Finished

With this simple, yet profound announcement, Christ indicated to his disciples and the world, that he had completed the grueling task of taking upon himself the sin, grief, burden, toil and struggle of the entire human family.

We can overcome the darkness

Evil was perpetrated in Florida in a heinous and senseless act. This isn't a political or policy debate. This isn't a left-right thing. This is a battle for the literal souls of humanity.

Valentine’s Day is Every Day

If you are waiting until Valentine’s Day to do something special for your special someone, then you’re doing something wrong.

Faith on the Field

Beyond all of that, I do love a good sports story, especially if that story has some sort of faith-based element to it.

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