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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

  • I scream, you scream we all scream for ice cream!

    We were so blessed by the generous donation of ice cream this past week! The kids finished their school day on Thursday and went out to play on the playground while we worked with the volunteers to scoop out many, many bowls of ice cream! The kids were so very excited to be able to come into our dining hall and pick a bowl.

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    Three Babies Admitted to the NICU today! Prayers Needed!

    Today was a busy day at the nursery!  As twin baby girls were sitting with their papa on our front porch, a clinic was texting us to see if we could take twins and a preemie who could not hold his temperature!  With Emily, our nurse, out of country, I did not want to take too many babies especially if they are fragile.After some deliberation the clinic decided that the twins who came could stay with them because their temperature had stabilized and they were doing better.

  • We Are Moving But We Need Help!

    We are moving in July!  We have already started packing boxes of things like books and toys. We have already taken several loads up to store at Fort Jacques.

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