GuideStone® believes investors should not be forced to choose between values and performance. Our unique manager-of-managers structure allows us to combine strategies with differentiated styles and approaches, which can provide investors with several key advantages. These include the potential for enhanced diversification versus single-manager mutual funds and the ability to generate returns from multiple sources.

Faith-Based. Performance-Driven.

Since our founding in 1918, GuideStone has existed to “serve those who serve the Lord with the integrity of our hearts and the skillfulness of our hands.” Throughout our history, this ministry focus has remained at the heart of everything we do. As the nation's largest faith-based mutual fund family*, GuideStone Funds® offers a comprehensive lineup of diversified mutual funds across most major asset classes.

What We Offer

As a 501(c)(3) ministry organization itself, GuideStone is committed to the mission of helping our clients meet the financial goals of their organization, so that they can better accomplish the ministry goals for which they were founded.

GuideStone Funds

As a manager-of-managers, we follow a rigorous, time-tested sub-adviser selection and monitoring process — connecting investors to some of the industry’s strongest investment management talent. We place a strong emphasis on identifying and hiring managers with deep investment teams, thoughtful investment philosophies and repeatable processes that have been proven over time.

Institutional Consulting

Investment advisory services for faith-based, nonprofit organizations. GuideStone is uniquely positioned to help seminaries, colleges and universities, mission-sending organizations, medical centers, churches and other evangelical Christian institutions steward the financial assets God has entrusted to their care.

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As of December 31, 2021, GuideStone Funds® has $18.2 billion in assets, which makes GuideStone Funds the nation’s largest faith-based mutual fund family. No other faith-based fund family exceeds GuideStone Funds in asset size.