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Matt Kaufman

Matt Kaufman has been a columnist for Boundless since the site’s founding in 1998, and did a stint as editor in 2002-2003. He’s also a former staffer and current contributing editor for Focus on the Family Citizen magazine. Matt is a freelance writer/editor who spent some years in Colorado, but gave up the mountains for the cornfields: He now lives in his hometown of Urbana, home of the University of Illinois. His house is a five minute drive from the one where he grew up, and he enjoys daily walks around the park where he used to play baseball.

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Do You Talk to Your Neighbor?

I did some cat-sitting last weekend for a family that lives a few blocks away. I only know these folks because I pass their house on walks, and they have an outgoing 8-year-old daughter who’s not shy about engaging passersby in conversation. When I ran …

Take Back Valentine’s Day

If you’re single and looking, don’t spend Valentine’s Day agonizing over it or feeling sorry for yourself.

The Generational-Pride Trap

“Do not be proud of the fact that your grandmother was shocked at something which you are accustomed to seeing or hearing without being shocked,” G.K. Chesterton wrote in 1935. “It may mean that your grandmother was an extremely lively and vital animal …

When Love Is Bad

The rise and fall of King Solomon is one of Scripture’s great tragedies. Solomon had it all, and for a while he used his gifts wisely and well. But he began the practice of “marriage alliance” (first cited in 1 Kings 3:1) — political marriages with man …

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