Mississippi Baptist Foundation
Saturday, October 21, 2017

Foundation News

 

Cemetery Endowments: Practical, Perpetual, Purposeful

Our cemeteries are unique places of Memory, Mystery, and Ministry. Against the backdrop of this understanding, this edition of Foundation News serves as a primer concerning successful and perpetual care of your church's cemetery. Click here for the Summer 2017 edition of Foundation News.
 

S-I-M-P-L-E

A simple explanation of our scholarship ministry, a list of our 2016-17 award recipients, and an appeal for you to consider a simple approach for blessing future generations of students. Click here for the Spring 2017 edition of Foundation News.
 

Stewarding God's Stuff

When you hear the term “stewardship,” what thoughts come to your mind? Have you ever considered the inseparable relationship between biblical stewardship and discipleship? For instance...  Click here to continue reading the Winter 2015 edition of Foundation News.

Plant an Endowment...Grant an Education

Thirty-five years have passed since I entered college in January 1980. Having graduated high school a semester early, I registered for 15 hours of coursework at a local college. My total tuition was around $800. Current students can expect to pay around $7,600 for tuition each semester at this same institution. In other words, tuition has increased about 9.5 times since I was a freshman. Click here to continue reading the Spring 2015 edition of Foundation News.
 
 

Old-Fashioned Ministry: Investing in Others

While other leadership trends change and evolve according to culture and context, in ministry the servant leadership model is the standard that remains constant. This edition of Foundation News highlights three servant leaders with legacies of "old-fashioned" ministry through music. Click here to continue reading the Fall 2013 edition of Foundation News.
 

Addressing the Challenges of 'Maltuition'

My mom and dad raised five children who are nine and a half years apart, from oldest to youngest. Following high school graduation, up to four of the five were in college or graduate school at any given time. My dad used to joke that he was experiencing “Mal Tuition.” Click here to continue reading the Spring 2013 edition of Foundation News.