Who we are:
We are Bezalel Movement. An organization dedicated to work and change the lives of youth in Haiti. Since 2006 our main goal has been to Spiritually uplift and encourage the hearts of these young people and help give them a better life for their future. We do so by training, equipping and mobilizing them. Through many programs within our organization, the youth have a passion to reach out to their own people and touch their lives in a postive way. Many programs such as: Hospital and prison outreach, assisting the elderly, community services, church services, bible study and evangelism. Not only are these young people fired up to help others but they also have the opportunity through our training programs to learn new skills such as: electrician, sewing, construction and business so that they can create small businesses and help change their lives and the lives of their families. Each young person who learns a new skill also has the opportunity to turn around and become a teacher and repeat this postive cycle for those up and coming graduates who have no future plans.
In Haiti the youth are a lost generation and our hearts are passionate about reaching out to them to encourage them and build up their faith. We have seen many lives changed and would love to continue this ministry for many years to come in order to bring a great change and hope to the lives of the youth.
"In a country where people think there is no hope for future, we believe that we can make a difference in the lives of the people! Would you join us?"
As missionaries serving in Haiti, we do need your spiritual assistance (prayers, supplies and mission teams) and we also need your financial assistance. Our hearts have been blessed with many one time donations when God lays it upon people's hearts to give. We are still seeking the Lord to find the monthly support needed for our goals in this ministry. We have faith to believe that God will open the doors however he may choose to bless us with the funds needed to accomplish his will for this coountry. Without the assistance of others we cannot do the work we are doing in Haiti.