Hope for children in Haiti to find their “forever families” through adoption.

By June 13, 2006

Haiti (MNN) — In the midst of the poverty, unrest and violence that plagues Haiti, the partnership of two ministries aims to provide hope and a future for Haitian orphans.

John and Dixie Bickel have been serving the needs of families in Haiti for more than 10 years through their ministry called God’s Littlest Angels. Located in Petionville, just outside of the capital of Port-au-Prince, the Bickels and their staff care for a host of orphaned, abandoned and sick infants and children. But their aim is to see these children grow up to be healthy, strong and in a family where they belong.

That’s why Bethany Christian Services is partnering with God’s Littlest Angels, and their new Haiti adoption program is seeing amazing response already. Several families have begun the adoption process, and Bethany is excited to offer the opportunity to provide ‘forever families’ to these precious Haitian children. The process of adopting from Haiti is relatively short through Bethany, a year or less for these available children.

And many children still need families of their own. You can see pictures of available children and learn more by going to Bethany’s website, or by contacting their International Department for more information on the Haiti adoption program.

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