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Covenant Kids was born in the living room of Bill and Karen Lund. They had a vision to create a ministry where they could honor God by serving the needs of abused and neglected children. Bill and Karen have many years of experience working with adults and children with special needs, and Karen has clinical experience as a registered nurse. They have a passion for children who are in need of safe and loving homes are driven to ensure that each child has a family to call their own.   The Lunds raised their family in Arlington, and their two adult children, Jessica and Daniel, are active within the Covenant Kids organization.

Today, the Lunds’ mission has developed into an exciting, growing agency. They have developed a professional team with many years of experience working with individuals with special needs. The agency has blossomed into one of the largest providers of foster care and adoption in North Texas.  The Lunds continue to be active in the day-to-day operations of the organization, and they hold every area to the highest standards. They actively recruit families and staff who share in their vision of serving children with excellence. They continually expand the scope of the agency to provide additional services, and they rely on God to direct the path of the agency, leading the company to a reputation of excellence and integrity.

The Lunds not only want to provide homes for children in need, but they also want to leave a positive, lasting influence on every child who in entrusted into the care of Covenant Kids. They hope that each child will build self-confidence, conduct themselves with integrity, and have the tools to develop into productive citizens with high moral character.


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Covenant Kids, Inc. is a private, non-profit, Child Placing Agency.  We are licensed by and receive funding from the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.