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Mission:Dignity -- The love of a FatherDALLAS (BP) -- A father's love will shape a man's life -- even if it doesn't come from his own dad. Just ask Elvis Durrill.
Elvis was born in 1933 in the midst of the Great Depression. One of nine children born to Otha Earl and Minnie Durrill, his young life on the farm was hard and filled with manual labor. His father was not a religious man, but taught his children not to lie, steal or cheat. It was from his mother that Elvis learned of God's loving care. Read More
SBC DIGEST: GuideStone fund garners 2 honors; SBCAL names regional leaders; Mo. apologetics enters 3rd year
GuideStone Financial Resources fund garners 2 top honors from investment industry analyst; Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders names regional coordinators; Missouri Baptists' apologetics ministry enters third year. Read More
GuideStone takes long-term view of Fed rate hikeDALLAS (BP) -- The Federal Open Market Committee confirmed analyst and market expectations by raising the target Fed Funds rate by 0.25 percent on Wednesday (March 15), bringing it to a range of 0.75 to 1.00 percent.
GuideStone Financial Resources expects two more rate hikes to occur in 2017, with Federal Reserve officials having indicated a desire to raise the rates gradually over the near term, citing continued economic expansion. Read More
SBC DIGEST: Anderson divinity school partners with 2nd convention; Employee Benefits Summit slated March 27–29
Anderson University's divinity school partners with a second convention. GuideStone's Employee Benefits Summit slated March 27–29. Read More
Retired pastors, widows thankful for Mission:DignityDALLAS (BP) -- Hard work was nothing new for bivocational pastor L.C. Jones. After decades of laboring in sewing factories, he was accustomed to sweating it out for the sake of his family.
"I've worked all summer -- mowing yards, trying to save enough money to fix my wife's teeth," he said. "I plan to work next summer to finish paying for her teeth."
The blazing Texas heat wasn't going to hold him back from earning enough so that Jerry could get her teeth, even though the retired pastor was then 86 years old. That was in 2012. Read More
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. Read More
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. Read More
Retiree: Mission:Dignity aids 'folks like us'TOCCOA, Ga. (BP) -- After 45 years of ministry, Reginald and Claudia Pressley retired much the way they began -- serving small churches in the Southeast. They were there for births, baptisms, weddings and funerals as they marked the milestones and the passage of time in the lives of their members.
And they wouldn't take anything for the memories. Read More
Church retirement plans aided by 2015 legislation
DALLAS (BP) -- Legislation signed into law in December will have a positive impact for those who participate in and those who operate church retirement plans. Read More