Only God knows your future, but smart financial planning can make it a little less “uncertain.” Creating an Estate Plan is an important step in the process, and it’s one of the best ways to provide basic protection for you and your family. Your Plan can make sure that the things you own are given to individuals (family, friends), and organizations (churches, other charities) who will use them in ways that are consistent with your faith, goals, and priorities.
Our experienced staff can help you draft important legal documents and assist with planned giving and trusts. A smart, well-crafted Estate Plan will give you and your family peace of mind – and it can leave a valuable legacy for future generations through:
Donor Advised Funds
Scholarship funds are available to assist in college tuition costs for members of State Convention of Baptists in Indiana (SCBI) churches, who are called to and preparing for vocational ministry. Scholarship funds are limited and are awarded based on need and parameters set by scholarship fund donors. Scholarships are not available for doctoral candidates. The Foundation accepts applications beginning November 1 for the following Fall/Spring academic school year. Applications and supportive documentation must be received by April 1 in order to be considered for a scholarship. Scholarship awards are determined in May.
Endorsement of the SCBI church where the applicant is a member in good standing.
A copy of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) submitted to your school. (If you do not intend to apply for aid, there is additional information on the application to provide.)
In May, students who have been chosen to receive scholarships will need to provide their most recent school transcript or grade report.
God has provided for me and, now, my family in so many ways. Yet, I do not know of many situations where our God’s provision was more meaningful to me than with the BFI Scholarship this year. This helps me be more present at home by paying for a substantial portion of my tuition. It encourages me to work even harder in school, knowing that God’s provision comes from sacrificial giving. Ultimately, this is an investment in Christ’s church. It directly impacts the ministries that I am involved with now and in the future—for the church’s good and Christ’s glory.