September 13, 2017
DECATUR, Ga. – Continuing its process to replace retiring president Gary Skeen, CBF Church Benefits has completed the development of its president’s profile and is actively seeking names and resumes of potential candidates. The full profile is available for download here.
CBF Church Benefits announced in April that Skeen, the founding president of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s financial ministry that offers Fortune 500-quality benefits to thousands of ministry professionals, will retire in June 2018. Skeen has led Church Benefits for the past 17 years and has a long history with CBF spanning three decades.
CBF Church Benefits manages the retirement plans and other benefits for CBF staff, field personnel and churches nationwide, providing a complete set of employee benefit services for ministers and church staff at the local level — from retirement planning services and investment choices, to life and disability coverage, as well as access to experts in health and medical coverage with whom churches may consult.
Assets under management have surpassed the $60 million mark in investments. In consultation with Retirement Wealth Management, CBF Church Benefit’s investment advisor, Church Benefits is able to deliver best in class institutional investments and investment service levels equal to or better than many larger plans.