God’s Littlest Angels

And Life in Haiti Goes On...

Dixie Bickel R. N., GLA director & co-founder along with staff members write about what is happening in our daily ministry, provide updates on new children arriving at GLA, the status of the adoption process in Haiti, progress on construction at Fort Jacques and more.

We Need Donations Today To Buy Food and Pay Staff. Please Help Us Provide For The Children.

CLICK HERE TO HELP THE CHILDREN! So much has happened at GLA in the last 6 months, lots of good things but also lots of emotionally and physically difficult situations. At times, it has felt almost like we were under spiritual attack. But we are always aware that we have God as our Protector and…

Update on John and Dixie Bickel’s Medical Treatments. Could you help cover some of the medical expenses?

Hi, it’s Dixie Bickel, GLA co-founder, so many things have happened with John and I since April that I wanted to bring you up to date.  We came out to the States on March 14 for Tim Parker’s memorial service in Illinois. We were thankful that we were able to come and spend time with…

Be Part Of Our $10,000 Matching Donation Campaign

We have an amazing family who wants to raise support for GLA and is willing to match up to $10,000 in donated funds. Your donation will be doubled! Be Part Of Our $10,000 Matching Donation Campaign gift, no matter the amount, will help us reach our goal. Please consider helping us match the $10K. $20…

Update from the NICU

Since the addition of our new NICU here in Haiti, we have been privileged to provide safe, free and high quality care to a large number of premature babies and their families.  April 11th saw the addition of triplets and we instantly went from a calm and quiet workspace into one that was flooded with…

Heavy Hearts

It is with heavy hearts that we share the passing of Tim Parker.  Tim went to be with the Lord on Thursday February 14th from a heart attack.  He left behind his wife, Melissa, and three children: Chelsie, Tyler, and Jamesley.  Jamesley’s adoption is still in the process of being finalized. Tim will be greatly…

Hard Times In Haiti

Haitians are suffering. The exchange rate in Haiti is 79 gourdes per $1 USD. Some of the large food warehouses (depots) are closing because they cannot ask people to pay such high prices. A local market vendor spent all day yesterday looking for corn meal for her stand and returned last night with her money…