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What is the stock market telling us?

If you’re enrolled in a retirement plan, read Guidestone’s thoughts on the recent market volatility. Along with many others, we have been calling for a stock market correction for many months now, and it appears that it is …

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Pastor Sinquefield leads February preaching series

Danny Sinquefield has served as pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Bartlett, Tennessee, since 1994. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida (B.A.), New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity) and The Southern Baptist …

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3 new discounts for Baptist team members

Memphis Hustle, Hertz and the Memphis Grizzlies are offering special discounts for Baptist team members. You can see all of Baptist’s discounts on the Baptist intranet, accessible from any Baptist computer. Wish your favorite coffee shop, gym or …

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How does cancer affect the heart?

How does cancer affect the heart? Learn more about this topic during our next Facebook Live broadcast. Join Dr. Arie Szatkowski, a cardiologist with the Stern Cardiovascular Center, to hear about the link between cancer and heart disease. …

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Come “Play for Kay” with free ticket

Baptist team members who are breast cancer survivors can enjoy complimentary tickets for the Feb. 18 Memphis Tigers Women’s basketball game against Tulane. The “Play for Kay” game, sponsored by the Baptist Women’s Health Center, honors the memory of …

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Mississippi Baptist chosen as 2017 Family Favorites

Parents & Kids magazine readers named Mississippi Baptist Medical Center a favorite in several categories for the annual “Family Favorites” issue. The winners were announced in December. Readers chose Mississippi Baptist as their favorite for: Hospital for Labor …

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No cross too bare

All across Baptist, crosses with an inviting mission have appeared in hospital lobbies and built connections across our geographies. Prayer crosses offer a place for visitors, patients and team members to pause a moment in reflection. Anyone can …

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New treatment for melanoma now available

Aleksandar Jankov, MD, a Baptist Cancer Center oncologist, has completed training to administer Imlygic, a new treatment for melanoma. The therapy is a genetically modified oncolytic for the treatment of unresectable cutaneous, subcutaneous, and nodal lesions in patients …

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