Texas: Governor Abbott Advocates For Adoption With His Family’s Story At CHOSEN Conference In Plano

~ Plano, Texas- Governor Greg Abbott took part in a fireside chat at the CHOSEN Conference today to raise awareness about the state's efforts to increase adoption and foster care resources. The conference, held in Plano, focused on helping children find their forever families.

During the chat, Governor Abbott shared his personal experience as an adoptive parent and emphasized the importance of adoption. "Without a doubt, the best decision I have ever made was to adopt a child," said Governor Abbott. "I wouldn't trade it for anything in this entire world."

He encouraged families who are interested in adoption to dive deeply into the process and give it their heart and soul. "What you put into something is what you get out of it," he said. "And that is true for being a parent."

The Governor also highlighted the resources available to Texas families through the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. These include the Texas Child-Centered Care System, Rainbow Rooms, and Heart Galleries of Texas - a project championed by First Lady Cecilia Abbott.

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Governor Abbott shared a slideshow of photos from his family's journey as adoptive parents to their daughter Audrey. He reflected on how adoption has had a profound impact on both himself and the First Lady.

Joining Governor Abbott at the conference was Prestonwood Baptist Church Senior Pastor Jack Graham and other advocates for adoption and foster care.

The CHOSEN Conference aims to educate and support families who are interested in adopting or fostering children. It provides valuable information about available resources and celebrates the blessing of adoption.

Governor Abbott's participation in this event highlights his commitment to increasing adoption and foster care resources across Texas. He encourages all families who are considering adoption or fostering to go for it without hesitation, promising unparalleled joys in their lives.

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