CBF Church Benefits
Welcome to the best source for benefits in church life. Created in response to calls from Cooperative Baptist Fellowship congregations and pastors across the country, the Church Benefits Board offers Fortune 500-quality benefits to thousands of ministry professionals.
Church Benefits Board, Retirement Wealth Management, LLC and Empower have teamed together to deliver what other service providers cannot - a truly comprehensive retirement plan benefit that simplifies and eliminates your administrative burdens, provides investment advice and expertise, and helps you and your ministerial staff achieve your retirement income goals.
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Rob Fox named president-elect of CBF Church Benefits
DECATUR, Ga. -- The Board of Trustees of CBF Church Benefits has selected the former head of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Virginia as its president-elect.
Rob Fox, who currently serves as the vice president of advancement for the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, will begin working alongside retiring Church Benefits President Gary Skeen as president-elect on April 1. Fox will assume the role as president on July 1. Fox earned a Master of Divinity from BTSR and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Mary Washington. He served as pastor of Mt. Hermon Baptist Church from 2003 to 2014 and was endorsed as a CBF Chaplain in June 2014.
Skeen, who announced in January 2017 his plans to retire this summer, is the founding president of CBF's financial ministry that offers Fortune 500-quality benefits to thousands of ministry professionals. Skeen has led Church Benefits for the past 17 years and has a long history with CBF spanning three decades. In January, the CBF Church Benefits Board of Trustees, led by Jim Hunter, entered into a succession planning process and a national search to choose Skeen's successor.
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CBF Church Benefits President Gary Skeen announces June 2018 Retirement
BY JEFF HUETT, DECATUR, Ga. — CBF Church Benefits announced today that Gary 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 (click here to see the entire news release).