Investing with ABEC Notes

Individuals, churches and organizations can invest in ABEC Notes, which yield attractive returns over fixed time periods. And from those investments come enhanced ministries for churches.

The best answers to the question, “Why ABEC?” come from our investors — institutions, churches and individuals who wish to exercise faithful stewardship and ethical investing practices.

Longtime investor Jack Pitkin maintains, “The interest and proceeds from my own investments provide inheritance for our loved ones while ensuring the growth and continuity of churches and communities.”

Thekla Raisner, who has invested for many years, adds, “ABEC is a solid, worthwhile investment that help churches fulfill their mission work while earning a steady return.” Thekla is following in the footsteps of her her parents; the interest from their ABEC Notes helped the Raisner family make a down payment on their home, travel, and buy a vacation cottage.

“We are doing together what we can’t do alone,” asserts Jane Heidal, Conference Chair of the Pacific Northwest American Baptist Women’s Ministries, which invests its funds in ABEC Notes. (Please see the whole story on the How Churches Are Helped page.)

How will ABEC Notes help you fulfill your investing goals?

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Every American Baptist can invest. Your investments help build churches, such as Primera Iglesia Bautista, Orocovis, Puerto Rico, which is sharing the good news of the Gospel with an enthusiastic, growing congregation.
This is not an offer to sell our securities and we are not soliciting you to buy our securities. We will offer to sell our securities only in states where authorized. The offering is made solely by our Offering Circular. Our securities are not insured by the FDIC or any other state or federally regulated institution. Rates may change without notice. ABEC Notes are not currently available in  LA, ND, OK and TN. ABEC Notes are not sold through licensed financial advisors in all states. ABEC does not perform a suitability analysis prior to offering or selling the Notes. Investors must assess their own investment objectives prior to making an investment decision. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.