"As Christians, we smile."
Our writer Kari Costanza is in Iraq right now. Just the other night, she had dinner with a mother, Rajaa, and her family who have been displaced by conflict.
Meet this family with Kari, hear about their journey, and see what it's like to be a mother away from home.
My mother is wonderful—smart, beautiful, and interesting—but she has a problem.
She cannot resist chocolate.
In high school, I brought home Mozart chocolates from Austria as a souvenir, a beautiful round candy, wrapped in gold foil with a picture of the young composer.
I didn’t plan to eat it. I just wanted to keep it as a reminder of a spectacular trip.