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The Foundation For Christian Adoptions
​​A Type of  Orphan Train Ministry

Between 1854 and 1929, over 200,000 orphans and homeless children were moved by train from the cities of the East Coast to rural homes in Mid-America.  Today, rural communities are losing families to the cities.   The Foundation for Christian Adoptions is a type of Orphan Train Ministry.  We are dedicated to moving orphans from the city to Christian homes  in Rural America where they will be able to establish roots.  

View children who are waiting to be adopted in Texas.     

From God's Own Heart
. . . . . I will heal you.  I will heal you from where you have been hurt says the Lord, because they have said that 
you are not wanted. 
Jeremiah 30:17 NLV

Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this:  to visit widows and orphans in their trouble and keep oneself unspotted from the world.
James 1:27 NKJV

 “Then he put a little child among them. Taking the child in his arms, he said to them, “Anyone who welcomes a little child like this on my behalf welcomes me, and anyone who welcomes me welcomes not only me but also my Father who sent me.”
Mark 9:36-37 NLT

Our Mission

 While keeping siblings together, we will provide opportunities
 and resources 
for foster children 
to establish roots in a rural community and to live in a stable, Christian 

We want to encourage adoptive families to consider the opportunity of adopting older children and sibling groups. 
View children who are waiting to be adopted in in other states.

Foundation  For 
Christian Adoptions

Physical Address
​ 5633 Villa Drive
Lubbock, Texas  79412

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 12412
Lubbock, Texas 79452

Loyde Cell Phone 806-773-8303
Contact Us
We are determined to acquire homes in or near rural communities, renovate them, and give them to families who have adopted older children or a sibling group and who have met certain conditions.
Happy Family
​We reward families who adopt a sibling group and/or older children; especially those who live in or near rural communities and need space for their larger family.