Joshua DuBois is a Pentecostal minister and the son of an African Methodist Episcopal pastor. While studying at Boston University, Joshua became an evangelical Christian and joined Calvary Praise and Worship Center, a small African-American Pentecostal congregation in Cambridge. Although just a teenager, he preached when the pastor was away, and was named an associate pastor there at age 18. Now he is the Special Assistant to President Obama and Executive Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. In this capacity, Joshua leads a council of 25 influential religious and nonprofit leaders to help both faith-based and nonprofit groups make a bigger impact in their communities by providing everything from social services to job training.

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