Who Are We?

God's heart is with the fatherless, and our church is called to take care of the orphan. Our Family Restoration Team at FBG strives to fulfill that calling by equipping and encouraging the church to support families involved in foster & adoptive care, to care for local service providers, and to link arms with local agencies to fight the issues that cause fatherlessness in Williamson County.

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A Future and A Hope Conference

February 25-26, 2022

We are excited to host A Future + A Hope Conference 2022 at First Baptist Georgetown this year! There will be inspiring and excellent presentations to encourage people to engage in foster care and adoption, and high-quality resources to equip caregivers of children. Along with over 16 breakout sessions and outstanding speakers.

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Foster Care & Adoption

Let us help you take your next step on this incredbile journey!

We know that the road of fostering and adoption is often difficult to navigate and can be full of frustration. However, we have seen God do amazing things through those who have said, "Yes!" to opening up their hearts and homes to kids without hope. 

We would love to support you or have you join our team to support families in foster care.

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Family Restoration Coalition

Be a part of our partnership with Three Strands and Williamson County!

"Three Strands Parenting Program is a nine week, faith-based parenting class offered by local churches and volunteers to families in crisis. It is for parents who have lost custody of their children, or who are at risk of losing custody, and are working toward family reunification and preservation."

FBG will launch the class for our community in the spring of 2022. There will be a class in the fall for those interested in helping lead the spring class and for those who are desiring to get better as parents.

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Our hope is to be a resource and advocate for foster families in Williamson County.

Interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent or supporting those who are? Click Here

We know that the work of managing multiple cases can be overwhelming. Our desire is to support our local service providers through prayer and encouragement.

Are you a local caseworker and need some support? Click Here

We recognize that our community is impacted by neglect, abuse, and patterns of substance use. We want to help those who are struggling through a Gospel-centered class aimed to help people overcome challenges so that they can love their children well.

If you are interested please complete this quick form.