Birth Mom Text Line: 214-865-9875 | Office: 214-383-3551

About UsThe mission of Chosen Child Adoption Services is to place children in Christ-centered homes. We believe that God uses adoption as part of His plans to build families and to provide hope and ministry to birth parents, adoptive parents, and adopted children.

Chosen Child Adoption Services exists to minister in love while spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a hurting world. We recognize that the opportunity to reach the world begins with the willingness to meet the world at the point of its deepest need. The ministries of Chosen Child Adoption Services are directed toward providing Christ-centered solutions to the problems that confront our society daily, specifically the crisis of unplanned pregnancy.

Perhaps nowhere is the need for a Christ-centered solution greater than in the area of adoption services. This is a ministry that will reach the world for Christ for generations to come, operating as an evangelical, Christian, non-profit agency providing a non-discriminatory pricing structure to adoptive parents. Our goal is to keep the cost of adoption an affordable reality for Christian families. Chosen Child Adoption Services heavily subsidizes the various ministries of the agency through individual donations and volunteer support.

Chosen Child Adoption Services is committed to following the biblical principles of stewardship and financial management and seeks to publicize, promote, and present the adoption alternative to as many people as possible. The adoption process can provide a time of redirection, healing, forgiveness, and resolution to all parties involved if it is carried out with these goals in mind. Our goal, as a full-service professional agency, is to minister to each member of the adoption triad, while providing everything he or she will need to promote a positive and healthy emotional, physical, and spiritual future.

A lack of accessible information regarding the adoption process has been an obstacle for far too long. By utilizing the avenues of relationship building, advertising, networking, and prayer, our hope is that all women facing an unplanned pregnancy will at the very least take time to consider adoption as a viable alternative, rather than to dismiss it completely.