With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: A Special Prayer

Thursday, January 14, 2010

A Special Prayer

Several of you have asked about the little girl we sponsor through Compassion International. Little Rolineda and her family live just 50 mines north of Port-au-Prince. Compassion is working to locate her and determine her specific situation and I am sure will let us know when they learn more. As you pray for the people of Haiti would you remember Rolineda.

11 comments:

centenniel said...

Rolaneda and her family are in my prayers. God bless Haiti.

Robin's Nesting Place said...

I looked at pictures on the news today and my heart just broke for those dear people who are suffering so much. Praying now for this little girl, I hope you hear something soon.

dj said...

ldh....rolaneda and her family will be added to my prayers. please let us know as soon as you hear something.

dj

Susan Wicker said...

Dear L: I am so sad for the people of Haiti. I will,indeed, pray for your dear Rolaneda. Why is it that the poorest of the poor always have to suffer so much? A question without an answer. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Tara said...

I sure will help pray for her. Such a sad tragedy. Praying for Haiti. Keep us posted about your little Rolaneda.
Hugs,
Tara

Lady Farmer said...

Our Church's Children's Sunday School Classes support a little girl from Haiti through Compassion, also! Her name is Francia. I am contacting our church in the morning to see what they know about her and her family. I know one way to send support is through Samaritan's Purse. I will be praying that both of our little Haitian families are in God's care!
Blessings!

The Watts Family said...

Praying for Rolaneda may God surround her and protect her and provide for her everything she needs may she have His peace with her also ~Blessings Heather :)

marie said...

Rolaneda and all of Haiti are in our prayers.

Mildred said...

She is in my prayers.

Laurie said...

I am praying for Rolineda and her family, and for you as you wait to hear how they are. Our prayers are the mighty work we may do for the people of Haiti now.

Snippety Gibbet said...

I will definitely keep her and her family in my prayers. That is just so overwhelmingly heartbreaking. jan

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