Wills and Estate Plan Gifts

The decision to make a will is an important step in ensuring that those you love will get the maximum value from your estate. Through the use of wills and other estate planning tools, you can provide for your loved ones and also continue your good works after you die. Steps can also be taken to reduce expenses and speed up the process of distributing your property.

You can name Mission:Dignity as a beneficiary in your will, estate plan, charitable trust, IRA or retirement account.

Suggested way to word a bequest:

“I give, devise and bequeath _____ <indicate specific dollar amount or specific percentage or all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate> to the Retired Minister’s Support Fund of GuideStone Financial Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, 2401 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas, TX 75201-1498 for its corporate uses and purposes.”

Whether you have a little or a lot, you can multiply your influence for the future by taking advantage of a comprehensive estate plan. For more information, contact Mission:Dignity at GuideStone by calling 1-888-98-GUIDE (1-888-984-8433) or email us.

The Mission:Dignity ministry relies on the support of churches and individuals to provide this vital assistance. You can participate in this ministry by sending a gift, funding a Charitable Gift Annuity, designating the ministry as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or a trust, or requesting materials to share with others. You can also read more about who we help.

The purpose of this material is to provide general information only. It is not intended to replace qualified legal or financial advice. For advice and assistance in specific cases, you should obtain the services of an attorney or other professional advisor. State laws govern charitable gifts, trusts and wills.