Families come in all shapes and sizes. Whether yours looks more like a young couple expecting their first child, a blended family adjusting to life together, a single parent or a family looking to adopt, this page is for you. From wrangling toddlers to watching teenagers leave the nest, we want to help equip you to raise your children well.
Blended families come in all shapes and sizes and they face unique challenges that other families do not. Because of that, we’re dedicated to helping them by providing resources, practical info and fellowship with others who are living similar stories at workshops, luncheons and special events throughout the year.
For more about the Blended Families Ministry, contact Glen at GlenJ@christchapelbc.org or 817-546-2564. You can also sign up for our newsletter by clicking the box below.
The HISchild Operation Zero is a collaborative effort with CASA of Tarrant and Parker County to identify Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) for children in the foster care system. Advocates stand up on behalf of abused and neglected children because they want them to have a future that is brighter and more hopeful than their past. There are over 400 children in the foster systems of these counties who need advocates right now. Together we can see this number drop to zero! Will you consider joining this effort?
To join our team of active CASAs, contact John Casburn at HISchild@christchapelbc.org.
If your family is considering adopting locally, nationally or internationally, the HISchild Orphan Ministry is committed to providing grants for Christ Chapel families who are called to adopt. We would love to meet with you and help you explore your options.
Contact John Casburn at HISchild@christchapelbc.org for more information.
Many people are not called to adopt and foster children, however, we are all called to care for the fatherless. Our mission is to assist foster parents by showing them the love of Jesus Christ.
Has God uniquely gifted you to serve others by using your spiritual gifts, talents and abilities? Use your talents to help grow this ministry. Contact John Casburn at HISchild@christchapelbc.org.
Scheduled six times a year, there is no “saving grace” attached to this ceremony, but it does have rich meaning and significance for parents. It’s a time for you to publicly declare your intention to raise your child in such a way that they have the opportunity to build a personal relationship with Jesus.