What we believe
At the Little Light House, we believe our students are valuable. We are committed to serving their whole family by offering free, unparalleled services that will help every child reach their unlimited potential.
We believe our students are able to achieve great things. We provide them with tools that help them to communicate, walk, and learn. We celebrate their victories and all the milestones they reach while at Little Light House.
We believe our students were created by God and are loved by him. In all we do, we aim to glorify God by providing quality, expert solutions to help our students receive the help they deserve.
In 1972 Marcia Mitchell opened the Little Light House after searching for services for her daughter who was born with a visual impairment. From day one, Marcia was committed to operating under Biblical Principles. Thanks to Marcia, the heartbeat of the Little Light House has always been to glorify God in all we do.
Marcia documents the miracles that allowed the school to open and thrive in her book, Milestones and Miracles. In her subsequent book, God’s Work, God’s Way, she documents the Biblical principles that guided her, and continue to guide the staff to this day.
Changing futures in Mississippi
In 2006 the first LLH National Affiliate, Little Light House Central Mississippi, opened its doors in Jackson, MS. Each year LLH Mississippi continues to be a light for children and families in their city. “Our vision continues to be beyond our resources and is growing each day as we witness the abundance of His glory that has been bestowed on LLH Tulsa.” -Fran Patterson, LLH Mississippi Executive Director
We know that in some countries, because children with special needs are seen without value, it can be difficult or even impossible to receive training and education.
We believe that every life is valuable and every child has a purpose. Whether you would like to intern at Little Light House or have our team visit you, we want to provide you with the resources and training that you need to impact the children in your community.
Together we will show the world that a diagnosis is not the measurement of a child’s success.