History of Generations Adoptions
Generations Adoptions is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) adoption agency licensed by the state of Texas to provide adoption services. Opened in July 2004, Generations began offering domestic infant adoption services to birth and adoptive families across the state of Texas. On April 1, 2008, Generations achieved Hague Accreditation from the Council on Accreditation (COA) to offer international adoption programs for families in all 50 states.
To provide permanent Christian adoptive families for children in need; counseling and support services for women throughout their pregnancy; and families for orphans around the world.
Generations Adoptions joyfully provides Christian families for orphans around the world, as well as infants in the U.S. We exist for ministry – ministering to birth mothers seeking to place their child in a loving family; ministering to adoptive families following God’s call to care for orphans as well as those struggling with infertility; and ensuring every child will have a Christian family that will allow them the opportunity to know Jesus and the Father Heart of God.
Child Placing Staff
Generations has been under the leadership of Cathy Sones, Executive Director, since opening in 2004. There are currently full-time and part-time child placing staff at Generations – including Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin and Houston regional caseworkers. Our staff travel across the State of Texas providing adoption services to birth parents, adoptive families, and children. Visit the staff page to learn about each staff member.
Generations hosts an annual Family Reunion each summer where our families come together to celebrate adoption.
Each fall, Generations hosts its annual fundraiser, the Hope Gala, an Entertaining Evening Celebrating Adoption.
James 1:27 “Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring
for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you.”
Psalm 68:6 “God places the lonely in families…”Click Here to Make an Online Donation