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January 18th, 2010

by Craig Groeschel

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Executive Assistant

After almost eight years, my assistant, Sarah McLean, is transitioning to a new role on our staff team.

If you are interested in knowing more about the executive assistant position available, please click here.

Feel free to send a resume and a short video describing why you might be a good fit for this position. If you choose to submit a one to two minute video, just use a webcam and a service like Vimeo and send the link to

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  1. 1Yalonda
    Jan 19, 2010 at 8:50 am

    Abraham asked his chief servant to find a wife for his son, Isaac. He gave special instructions to the servant; the servant asked questions; Abraham gave answers. Then Abraham asked the servant for an oath. The servant and Abraham entered into that oath.

    Upon reaching his destination,the servant had the camels kneel down near the well outside of town…and then,the servant prayed for success in performing his duty and also the servant prayed that the Lord show kindness to his master, Abraham. The servant was successful. The Lord immediately showed Himself faithful to Abraham. The Lord had established a covenant with Abraham. Even before the servant finished praying, Rebekah came. The servant took her back to his master.

    An executive assistant is an important position, a conduit God will use to help facilitate His perfect plan. Even now, Pastor Craig, your new assistant has the camels kneeling at the well. Your new assistant is praying for success to carry out your instructions AND is praying in the name of Christ Jesus that the Lord God Almighty through the powerful Holy Spirit will show kindness to you.

    Congratulations to Sarah McLean as she moves to her next position on your staff! Success to your new assistant, who at this time is nameless … just as Abraham’s faithful servant was.