A Chorus America study found that older choral singers reported a better quality of life and better overall health than non-singers they knew.
In the business of choices God offers us a beautiful gift: forgiveness that can heal, restore, and change life. We do not remember Moses because of his greatness but because of his willingness to trust God and his striving to do God's will.
Two men sit at this booth, on stools they bring themselves, six or seven days a week. Their spot is one of three free speech booths at Lambert that often puzzle travelers with their signs nodding to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
For years, my husband would say after we returned from the church, "I thought the sermon was good." To that, I would reply, "I didn't hear the sermon, as usual."
For a Supreme Court that says it has an allergy to politics, the next few months might require a lot of tissues, as it is poised to make decisions in cases dealing with President Donald Trump's tax and other financial records, abortion, LGBT rights, immigration,
What should you do when your grandchild’s Sunday School teacher is arrested? My friend BJ was handcuffed for committing an act of civil disobedience to call attention to our worsening climate crisis.
David Book didn't have a ticket to the hockey game on Feb. 22, 1980, that earned the description "Miracle on Ice." He lived half a mile from the arena, but it was the toughest ticket in town to get.
After Palestinian National Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas’ stormy rejection of the plan last week (Feb. 11), Christians who work for justice in Palestine were reminded why they don’t like it.
January marked the 50th anniversary of my brother Dennis’s death. The sheer volume of days, months, and years is staggering. But it’s more than that. I’m amazed that after five decades, the dull ache of loss persists.
When I came to pastor here more than a decade ago, I wanted to see younger people join the church. But now more than ever, I’m thankful for those wheelchairs.