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TRUSTEES: GuideStone affirms 20/20 & SBC response

SAN FRANCISCO (BP) -- GuideStone Financial Resources trustees heard reports from the Southern Baptist entity's executive leadership team and staff about the ministry's key lines of business during their July 29–30 meeting in San Francisco. Trustees also adopted a response to a motion during the SBC annual meeting in June to "provide an update related to their efforts to address abuse" for the 2020 SBC annual meeting in Orlando, Fla.

Protecting children from abuse focus of webcast

DALLAS (BP) -- Protecting children, youth and other vulnerable groups -- as well as responding well to reports from victims of abuse in churches and ministry organizations -- will be topics covered during a free upcoming webcast sponsored by GuideStone. Dallas-area Prestonwood Baptist Church will host the event, which will feature Greg Love and Kimberlee Norris, founders of MinistrySafe.

GuideStone restructures to become more efficient

DALLAS (BP) -- GuideStone Financial Resources has realigned certain job responsibilities and restructured its workforce as part of its effort to identify and implement new ways to become more efficient. It also announced last month three new executive officers promoted from within the organization.

TRUSTEES: GuideStone reports during ‘Year of Influence’

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (BP) -- Citing gratefulness to the Lord for the privilege to serve those who serve Him, GuideStone executive officers and staff provided updates on key lines of business during the entity's summer trustee meeting.

Navigating rising costs in health care

DALLAS (BP) -- Health care costs continue to rise due to impact from the federal Affordable Care Act and are causing insurers to seek large rate hikes, while others have chosen to depart the health care exchanges altogether, according to GuideStone Financial Resources.

Video highlights market volatility

DALLAS (BP) -- GuideStone Financial Resources has produced a video outlining the nation's current market volatility and responses that long-term investors should consider, including remaining calm in the face of daily news, keeping a long-term focus on investments and maintaining diversification in age- and risk-appropriate investments. David S. Spika, CFA, global investment strategist for GuideStone Capital Management, LLC, narrates the ...

Long-term investors urged to focus on objectives

DALLAS (BP) -- Monday's (Aug. 24) stock market drop, on the heels of disappointing performance over the last few days, led to headlines and some investor concerns. But long-term investors should continue to consider their objectives and time horizons, advises an investment strategist. David S. Spika, global investment strategist at GuideStone Capital Management, LLC, has offered ...

Injunction extended while GuideStone awaits appeal

DALLAS (BP) -- The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Aug. 21 it would keep in place the preliminary injunction won by GuideStone earlier at the District Court level while GuideStone appeals it case to the U.S. Supreme Court. The preliminary injunction, which protects certain ministries from having to provide abortion-causing drugs or devices in their health plan, or face crippling fines, was first issued by a federal judge in December 2013. Upon the government's appeal, a three-judge panel of the Tenth Circuit of Appeals ruled 2-1 to end the injunction.

TRUSTEES: GuideStone progresses in 100-year plan

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Continued growth of assets and business was evidenced in reports received at GuideStone Financial Resources' summer trustee meeting at the Omni Nashville Hotel. GuideStone President O.S. Hawkins addressed trustees about GuideStone 100, the ministry's long-range plan that guides the entity through its 2018 centennial and beyond.

TRUSTEES: Make 2015 ‘year of efficiency’

DALLAS (BP) -- GuideStone Financial Resources President O.S. Hawkins told trustees during their meeting in Dallas that the organization is challenging its employees to make 2015 a "year of efficiency."