A Quiet Life: Living at Peace with One’s Self

One great embarrassment of Christians is that we talk so much and so loudly. Interviews and conversations of all kinds often remind us of a pride of lions feeding, snapping and snarling, each lunging in for a moment and then getting shoved aside by others.

A View from the Pew: Aging of the Choir

I’ve had a fondness for Christmas cantatas, lessons and carols services, and other performances of sacred Christmas music since I was a boy fidgeting in the third-row pew while my parents rehearsed portions of Handel’s “Messiah.” Our choir this Sunday was as intriguing as their performance was beautiful.

Formations 12.28.2014: Finding Life’s Purpose

Author and business consultant Keith Yamashita can still remember the first time he met Bill Thomas, a physician who hopes to change the way Americans think about aging and the elderly.