Security Wall Needed in HAPI ShalomZone

This morning I received Valerie’s update on the situation on the ground in Mizak, Haiti.   She and her mission service team will leave on Saturday for Haiti with cash for food and some emergency supplies and help in time of need.  Paul Prevost, who lives there and deals daily with increasing needs and desperate demands for food and shelter, is trying to feed 500 kids 3 days a week in the “Peace Park” next

HAPI MEALS and HUGS for HAITI–Provide One

An appeal from Valerie for HAPI Community of Shalom.   The din of children in the background nearly drowned out Paul Prevost’s voice, as he explained to me that the 300 children to which HAPI has been providing food for 3 family meals per week has jumped to 500.   Paul told me that they distribute the dry food on one day and then organize the children’s activity days for the next 3 consecutive days

Earthquake in Haiti—One Month After

After four weeks, we’re starting to see some relief and hope in the horrific crisis in Haiti. However, incredible obstacles still remain in place. Our Shalom work in Mizak, Haiti, is stretched to its limits, running out of food, unable to provide emergency shelter, and asking for immediate help. Paul Prevost, Coordinator of HAPI Community of Shalom, called Valerie Nossman-Celestine, co-founder of HAPI, with the din of hungry children nearly drowning him out! He said

New Shalom Zone in Haiti Needs Prayer and Support

Mizak Haiti Shalom Zone  is still in need of the basics:  nutritional food and temporary shelter.  Currently trying to access available provisons in Port-au-Prince, but there are many logistical obstacles.  Pre-packaged food, tarps and tents are being purchased by mission volunteers who are traveling to Mizak, Haiti on February 20.  Let’s pray for and support them, as we’re able.       Community of Shalom Site Profile Site Coordinator: Paul Prevost (Haiti), This e-mail

Haiti Earthquake Three Weeks After

This report just in from  Phillip Snyder, GLOW Ministries International–one of the local partners of HAPI in Haiti:     The seconds blur into minutes, minutes into hours, hours into days. Shock and surprise in the quake zone, Haiti, meet us around nearly every corner. It is impossible to absorb the flood of sights, sounds, smells and expressions. The roller coaster of urgency is overwhelming while the slow crawl of response fogs up our hearts