by Rhiana Pfaff | Aug 18, 2018 | journal, mission
I think most, if not all, missionaries or humanitarians started out their journey because of a mission or service trip to another country. I know we did, as did many/most of our ex-pat friends living in Haiti. And so, when we give advice that is contrary to what we personally did, it seems contradictory. And yet, it isn’t …
by Rhiana Pfaff | Aug 13, 2018 | journal, missionI have spent the last few weeks reviewing applications, talking to parents and kids, and laying the groundwork for our Education Initiative. The first two years were sort of just done as a combo … People gave to the fund, we sent kids to school – 10 kids...
by Rhiana Pfaff | Jun 5, 2018 | journal, mission
… we live in the distance, between two worlds: Our roots are stuck in America, where we grew up with privilege and ease. But our hearts are stuck in Haiti, where we get the privilege of knowing the oppressed, developing our understanding of the world’s injustices, and deepening our faith.
by Rhiana Pfaff | Apr 7, 2018 | lifestyle, style
I am a yoga pants addict. But recently I had a lightbulb moment that made me change how I dress for working at home. Meet your perfect spring work-at-home outfit!
by Rhiana Pfaff | Apr 4, 2018 | food & drink
As an ex-pat living in Haiti, there is a struggle to eat and stay healthy. One of my favorite go-to meals is this super-easy oriental inspired salad that you can use with pretty much any vegetable you can find at the local market.