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Samuel, Keziah, Micah & Jeremiah — Meet ABBA Assisted Family #15

The Count to 1,000 Families Assisted: Celebrating 10 Years of Providing Adoption Assistance for Christian Families

We’re so honored to share with you testimony of the 15th family ABBA Fund was able to assist, a family near and dear to our ministry’s heart and accomplishments — The Kovacs.

The Kovacs’ adoption journey has created a wealth of wisdom that they have used to bless thousands of other adoptive families all over the United States and Canada. They were not only ABBA Fund recipients, but Jason was a vital part of ABBA Fund’s growth as the Director of Ministry Development. During that time, God worked through Jason’s blogging and transparent sharing to establish him as one of the go-to resources early in the Christian adoption movement. Together with his friend and fellow adoptive dad, they founded “Together for Adoption” which continues to host an annual gathering of adoptive families across the country. In 2010 the Kovacs moved to a vibrant adoption and orphan care community in Austin, TX, where Jason serves as the Pastor of Care & Counseling at The Austin Stone overseeing their Counseling Center with a special emphasis on helping adoptive families navigate the post-adoption challenges that comes from raising children from difficult places.

However, their personal journey began in 2000 as Jason Kovacs was on the pastoral staff at Bethlehem Baptist Church where he met his wife, Shawnda. During his time there, Jason witnessed many white, American couples with adopted African children. God expanded Jason’s personal vision to include fathering the orphan, along with his wife’s intense desire to become a mom.

God touched their hearts and the Kovacs prayerfully started their own adoption journey in 2005. According to Jason, nine years ago most bi-racial children were categorized with special-needs children — the necessity for them to find caring, Christian homes was tremendous. The Kovacs considered this as they sought God on whom to graft into their family.  read more »

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