September financial update with David Spika; New Lifeway podcast deals with ministry life; ‘Encouraging the Pastor’ podcast hosted by Mark Dever.
2021 SBC Annual available online, print edition in October; Global Impact Fund is next frontier of Christian investing for GuideStone Funds.
SBC DIGEST: Book details legends, legacies of Norris, Truett; Women’s event with Jackie Hill Perry draws 1,200
New book details legends, legacies of Norris, Truett By Roy Hayhurst/GuideStone DALLAS (BP) – George W. Truett’s name is on schools, one of the Texas’ largest hospital towers, even an auditorium at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. J. Frank Norris’ name does not appear on much of anything. Truett is generally venerated, and Norris is generally […]
GuideStone celebrates 20th anniversary of GuideStone Funds; SBTS dedicates new bookstore and coffee shop.
August financial update; Spika discusses GuideStone’s advocacy for Christian values in the marketplace
NASHVILLE (BP) – GuideStone Financial Resources’ David Spika joined Baptist Press’ Jonathan Howe to discuss how GuideStone's Christian values inform its investment practices, specifically GuideStone's policy of shareholder advocacy. The two also discuss the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus, U.S. fiscal policy and look toward the 2022 midterm elections.
TRUSTEES: GuideStone authorizes Mission:Dignity benefit increase; Hawkins affirms Dilbeck, promises to be ‘greatest supporter’
NASHVILLE (BP) -- At their meeting earlier this week, GuideStone trustees approved benefit increases across the board for Mission:Dignity recipients, marked the 20th anniversary of GuideStone Funds and laid out a transition framework as President-elect Hance Dilbeck prepares to assume the leadership helm in 2022.
NASHVILLE (BP) – GuideStone Financial Resources’ David Spika joined Baptist Press’ Jonathan Howe to discuss the impact inflation is having on the economy as well as how the job imbalance is stalling the economy. The two also discussed GuideStone’s newest fund offering—the Global Impact Fund.
On a clear day from O. S. Hawkins’s office in a North Dallas high-rise, you can see all the way to Fort Worth, his hometown. It may be fewer than forty miles from Crenshaw Street on Fort Worth’s East Side, where Hawkins grew up, to GuideStone’s offices. But in many ways, it’s a world away and part of the culmination of a journey the Lord Himself orchestrated.
NASHVILLE (BP) – GuideStone President O.S. Hawkins thanked Southern Baptists for their support, prayers and the opportunity to serve the 103-year-old ministry as he gave his final report to messengers meeting Monday (June 15) in Nashville. Hawkins last year asked trustees to appoint a presidential search committee, chaired by retired Kansas pastor and trustee Steve Dighton. Last month, trustees unanimously elected D. Hance Dilbeck Jr., to become GuideStone president-elect.
One Year. That’s how long it was that retired pastor Homer Hinson and his wife Doris were unable to touch each other due to COVID-19 restrictions in Homer’s nursing home.