IHOP–KC’s Adoption Agency, Hannah’s Dream Adoptions
Adoption and the Father Heart of God
James 1:27 tells us that “Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world.”
For several years, the message of adoption has stirred at the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOP–KC). Now, IHOP–KC is able to help families through the process in a very practical way. Hannah’s Dream Adoptions, IHOP–KC’s in-house adoption agency, is now serving the IHOP–KC family as well as adoptive families and birth moms across the U.S.
What Does Hannah’s Dream Adoptions Do?
Hannah’s Dream Adoptions operates as a full-service, domestic adoption agency for IHOP–KC friends and family in the Kansas City metro area. Our social workers, with years of experience, complete private adoption home studies, work to match families with appropriate situations, and walk families through post-placement supervision and finalization. We provide domestic adoption home study services to families in the greater Kansas City area, in both Missouri and Kansas.
For those beyond the Kansas City area, Hannah’s Dream Adoptions serves as a consultant. We coach families through the home study process, prepare their profiles, and connect them directly with multiple agencies nationwide. While it is true that many agencies have waiting lists, those lists are often full of people looking to adopt a child with a specific ethnicity. A family open to children from various races or with special needs has a greater likelihood of being matched with a birth mother very quickly.
Birth mothers who are interested in making an adoption plan can talk with our social workers about the best-case scenario for them. This may be an open adoption where the birth mother stays in contact with her baby in a way agreed upon with the adoptive parents, a closed adoption where her identity is fully protected, or, as most often happens, something between these two options. Best of all, we offer birth mothers an opportunity to fully realize the desire Hannah had in the Old Testament—to give her child a place in the house of the Lord.
Live Online Q&A
Join us Monday, May 3, at 8:00pm CST for a live online chat with our team of social workers and consultants. You can ask questions directly, as well as benefit from the questions and answers you hear from others. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like an email reminder a day or two before.
The live chat event will take place at www.hannahsdream.com.