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Thank you for visiting the God’s Littlest Angels Blog site.  A quick “tour” of the site to help you find the information that you want and connect with the needs of the children in Haiti. 

And Life In Haiti Goes On...

Dixie Bickel R. N., the orphanage director and co-founder, writes about what is happening in Haiti, new kids at GLA, the status of adoptions, the progress on Ft. Jacques and the challenges of life in Haiti.

Kidz Korner

Thoughts and stories about the amazing kids at living at The Toddler House located at Fort Jacques .

Notes from the Nursery 

The nurse in the nursery will share stories of our little ones in the NICU and main house nurseries.

Tattle Tales from GLA 

Our volunteer coordinator in Haiti, shares stories about the children at the orphanage and volunteer activities.

Make A Difference

We will share ways for you to help the kids living at GLA in Haiti.

A Place Called Home

Stories about what is happening at Fort Jacques.


Prayer Request Updates

With this blog, we will be updating our Prayer Warriors about needs at the orphanage from time to time.  Many times we have emergencies and special requests for the children that are urgent and we need prayer immediately. If you would like to become one of the Prayer Warriors for the children and stay aware of urgent needs and medical crisis, then sign up to receive the Prayer Request Updates.

 

Recent Blog Posts

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    Exciting Early Childhood Update!

    One of our dreams for many years has been to have an Early Childhood Intervention Specialist.  Our vision was to have someone to come and evaluate the children and develop plans for our volunteers to use so that the babies and children can develop to their full potential.  God sent Ms.

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    GLA School Day Snapshot

    Here at God’s Littlest Angels we have twenty-three children that attend school full time. At eight o’clock each weekday morning they line up outside and start their day by raising the Haitian flag and singing country’s National Anthem with their teachers. After their morning ceremony, the student’s head to school to attend classes taught in Creole, French, and English.

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    GLA School Day Snapshot

    Here at God’s Littlest Angels we have twenty-three children that attend school full time. At eight o’clock each weekday morning they line up outside and start their day by raising the Haitian flag and singing country’s National Anthem with their teachers. After their morning ceremony, the student’s head to school to attend classes taught in Creole, French, and English.

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