DECATUR, Ga.—The agency that manages retirement plans and other benefits for Cooperative Baptist Fellowship staff, field personnel and church staff members is seeking a new president.
CBF Benefits has developed a job profile and is soliciting names and resumes of potential candidates to replace Gary Skeen, the financial ministry’s founding president, who will retire next June.
Skeen has led Church Benefits the past 17 years and has a history with CBF spanning three decades.
In addition to handling benefits for national CBF personnel, CBF Church Benefits provides employee benefit services for ministers and church staff. They include retirement planning services, investment choices, and life and disability insurance 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.