Fund Choices

GuideStone® offers three investment approaches that make it easy to select the right Funds for your retirement plan.

Asset Allocation Options | Do It For Me

Our professionally managed asset allocation options1 provide a simple choice for those who want a one-step approach to investing. This investment selection includes both our Target Date Funds and Target Risk Funds.

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Core and Specialty Options | Do It Myself

This approach is designed to help you build your own portfolio utilizing a broad range of core and specialty funds that provide the flexibility to address specific investment strategies.

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In addition to the fixed income investments already available in our core and specialty options, we offer the GuideStone Financial Resources Capital Preservation Fund2 as another low-risk investment option for conservative investors. The Fund is available only to Southern Baptist participants.

Advisory Services | Do It Together

We offer a range of financial planning services, tailored investment strategies and ongoing investment management for those looking for a higher level of service.

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As part of the core and specialty options, we also offer tools to help you create your own portfolio that consider your financial objectives, risk tolerance and time horizon.

  • Investment Recommendation tool - Our Investment Recommendation tool helps identify your investment goals and preferences through a series of simple questions and then provides a specific investment recommendation based on your current circumstances and future objectives.
  • Retirement Portfolio Models - Our sample portfolio collection can inform your fund choices across major asset categories. Review each model to select a pre-mixed target allocation that fits you as an investor. Once you select a model, you can incorporate the funds available through your retirement plan in accordance with your model’s asset class framework.

When you are comfortable with your decision, you can implement the asset allocation selection yourself through MyGuideStone® or ask for help from one of our customer solutions specialists by calling 1-888-98-GUIDE (1-888-984-8433), Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT.

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1 The GuideStone Capital Preservation Fund is not subject to registration, regulation or reporting under the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or state securities laws. Therefore, participants and beneficiaries will not be afforded the protection of those provisions to the extent that they are not applicable. The GuideStone Financial Resources Capital Preservation Fund may not be available to all investors. See the fund fact sheet for exchange limitations. Please call 1-888-98-GUIDE (1-888-984-8433), or visit with your employer to determine if you are eligible to invest in this Fund. 

Retail products are made available through GuideStone Financial Services®, member FINRA. For more information about the firm, products and services please review the GuideStone Affiliate Form CRS and visit FINRA's Broker Check.

Advisory services offered through GuideStone Advisors®, an SEC Registered Investment Adviser. GuideStone Advisors is a controlled affiliate of GuideStone Financial Resources®. For more information about the firm, products and services, please review the GuideStone Affiliate Form CRS.

Be sure to consider all of your available options before rolling over your retirement assets. It is important to consider all of the potential advantages and disadvantages of rolling over your retirement assets to an IRA, including the different investment options that are available to you as well as the services, fees, expenses, withdrawal restrictions and tax consequences of rolling over your assets to an IRA. Other options are available besides rolling over your employer-sponsored retirement plan, including leaving the account with your previous employer. An employer-sponsored retirement plan may offer advantages investors can’t get if they roll the money into an IRA.