Joshua DuBois, the White House Director of Faith-Based Partnerships, Resigns

The young pastor who served as the leader of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships has left the position. President Obama announced at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington yesterday that 30-year-old Joshua DuBois, who has been in the role for four years, is stepping down. The president said, “Every morning he sends me via e-mail a daily meditation—a snippet of Scripture for me to reflect on. And it has meant the world to me. And despite my pleas, tomorrow will be his last day in the White House.” A White House official said that DuBois, along with teaching at New York University and creating an organization to help further relationships between government social and religious groups, will also be releasing a book of devotionals for leaders …

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