Read our most recent articles to learn more about the services RBI provides and our financial advice for Pastors and their families.
PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI) is launching a research initiative in partnership with The Center for Transformational Churches at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School to assess the wellbeing of PCA teaching elders.
Watch our service update from Ed and Gary to learn more about Guaranteed Lifetime Income.
Learn how your gifts to PCA Ministerial Relief provide affordable and confidential Christian counseling services for PCA pastors and pastors’ wives.
“I would just thank the givers for having such a heart for widows and I think God has a special love for widows too. You see all throughout scripture how he cared for the widows and how he acknowledged the widows.”
In response to COVID-19 RBI is offering access to 7 no-cost counseling sessions for up to 200 PCA pastors and spouses from May 1st – July 31, 2020.
Our financial planning advisors, Dave Anderegg and Don Aldin, provide insights on recent market volatility and frequently asked questions when it comes to your retirement savings.
The Board of Directors of PCA Retirement & Benefits, Inc. (RBI) has elected to accelerate its previously announced presidential transition.
RBI’s Gary Campbell examines the economic impact of the coronavirus and the performance of RBI’s Target Retirement Funds.
RBi’s Mark Melendez and Chet Lilly provide an overview of the recent stimulus packages and its impact on churches and retirement plan participants.
Discover how you can 2x your gift and provide financial assistance to ministry employees in distress.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (‘CARES’) Act was signed into law on March 27th and it includes several key provisions PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI) believes will benefit our retirement plan participants.
Ed Dunnington and Jon Medlock invite church employees across the PCA to make use of RBI and Relief during the current crisis.
RBI President Gary Campbell provides insights on recent market volatility and answers some frequently asked questions about its impact on your retirement savings.
Here at PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI), we are taking unprecedented actions to mitigate the impact of this growing threat to our employees and making certain our pledge of service to the employees of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) continues without change.
The first version of the 2020 PCA Call Package Guidelines has recently been completed. Through this document, PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI) is providing best practice guidance regarding the content and structure of ministerial call packages for ordained ministers.
PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI) is seeking experienced Staff Accountants to work at our home office located in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The positions are full-time and will not require travel. The positions will report directly to the Controller. See links to...
The spread of the coronavirus has caused concern around the world and its effects have been felt in the stock market. Here are 5 things you need to know about its impact on your retirement savings.
Read a message from new Relief director Jon Medlock with important updates about the ministry.
Here are 4 tips from Matt Moore, Church Administrator at Briarwood since 2001, on constructing compensation packages for church staff and pastors.
Many PCA pastors are not prepared for retirement, and that means their widows need all the help they can get.
Dave Anderegg, a Financial Planning Advisor for PCA Retirement & Benefits (RBI), shares his financial advice for new seminary graduates.
How do pastors’ wives in the PCA feel about their unique place in the life of the church? We wanted to find the answer to that question so we asked them.
Dear Friends, I am writing to introduce myself, and to let you know of some changes at RBI Ministerial Relief. As you know, Bob Clarke retired from his position as Director of Ministerial Relief in March. Bob served faithfully in that role for 10 years, and I know...
Effective January 1, 2020, the PCA Target Retirement Fund 2010 will be closed to all new investors and the assets will transition into the PCA Harvester Fund. This transition is part of the intended design for all PCA Target Retirement Funds and moves assets into the...
On Memorial Day of 2015, Pastor Mike Francis suffered a heart attack that put him on life support and took away his memory—crippling his ability to pastor. He did not have long-term disability insurance.
No matter where your church is in the budgeting process, it’s never too early to start thinking about next year.
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court recently ruled in favor of the clergy housing allowance, defending the constitutionality of it as a permissible tax benefit. We praise God for this ruling and want to make you aware of its significance moving forward.
Retirement does not necessarily mean the cessation of ministry activity. Rather, it simply means no longer relying on ministry to generate revenue needed to support your lifestyle. Everyone’s path to retirement will certainly look different. However, there are people...
A new year means new possibilities. You likely have set some goals for yourself about your spiritual life, your health, or your finances. Of course, setting goals is one thing. Changing your habits often proves more challenging. Listed below are three financial goals...
Gary Campbell, president of the PCA's Retirement & Benefits, Inc. (RBI), has informed RBI’s board of directors of his desire to initiate a leadership transition and search for the agency’s next president.Campbell, who has served in the president’s role...
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