Free GuideStone Benefit Resources
Designed for Church and Ministry Leadership in Response to COVID-19
As your church or ministry may be moving to a temporary, online format or even ceasing normal operations for a while, we want to provide you with tailored resources in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
These free resources span the financial, health care and risk management industries and are designed to help you confidently lead and equip your personnel and ministry during this unexpected season.
With the situation changing daily, we will monitor and refresh this page and resource links with updated and relevant information as it becomes available.
In addition to these resources, keep up with our latest corporate updates by visiting GuideStone Highlights and News Releases.
And above all, we ask that you pray fervently alongside us for those who are affected by and responding to the coronavirus.
Retirement Solutions Resources
With the recent volatility of the market due to unexpected events such as the coronavirus, these retirement resources should help you facilitate conversations, respond to questions and concerns, and pass along best practices to your retirement plan participants.
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Insurance and Health Plan Coverage Resources
Due to the direct relationship between plan coverage and personal health, the majority of employee questions right now likely surround their health care benefits. With COVID-19 on the rise, use our free resources to inform your employees about their options as they make decisions about health care needs.
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Property and Casualty Coverage Resources
Disrupted operations and suspended gatherings mean clear communications regarding safety and preventive measures are essential. Make sure you and your employees know and strictly adhere to protocol during this time of heightened sensitivity.
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GuideStone® is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in order to keep you informed. As the situation continues to develop quickly, local health agencies should be consulted for the latest news and directives.
To help keep your employees, volunteers, students and ministry attendees healthy, we encourage you to utilize the preventive steps outlined below.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidance
Prevention of Community Spread
Planning & Risk Assessment