equipping families.

 
 
 
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restoring childhoods.

 
 
 
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1 in 4

adoptions in the U.S. fail before the child reaches 18.

let’s close the door.

With over fifteen years of working with children from failed adoptions, King’s Ranch is committed to ending adoption failure and closing the back door of adoption. Through our therapeutic parenting training and coaching, as well as wrap-around support for adoptive families, we are answering God’s call to care for the orphan, by supporting the family called to adopt.

 
 

The Cooper Family

 
 
 
 
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FROM ONE FAMILY’S HEART FOR CHILDREN IN NEED

“WHEN YOU HAVE MORE THAN YOU NEED, BUILD A LONGER TABLE, NOT A HIGHER FENCE.”

When the Lord opened her eyes and Lee Anne Cooper’s heart began to break for the abused, abandoned, and neglected children in her own community, she could never have imagined all that the Lord had in store. After two years of praying for direction, she knew what she had to do — and King’s Ranch: A Home for Children in Need was born. At least in her heart. Little did she know that she would face seemingly insurmountable opposition, divinely appointed equipping, and a ministry that would reach not one — not even eight — but hundreds of children with the hope of forever family.

 
 

The Hogue Home

 
 
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THE HOGUE HOME

a legacy of love

Lovingly named in honor of Leo and Cora Hogue of Texarkana, Texas, whose selfless love of children inspires us in our work each day here at the Ranch, the Hogue Home is a “home away from home” for adoptive families and children healing from traumatic backgrounds. 

Located on the beautiful King’s Ranch property, the Hogue Home is surrounded by seventy wooded acres, complete with private fishing pond, spacious deck and pier, and secluded natural beauty.

Though we are not all called to adopt, we are all called to CARE.

We can answer God’s call to care for the orphan by supporting the family called to adopt.