"Pastor in Chief" Joshua DuBois is stepping down as the White House's liaison to faith-based organizations.
President Obama took a moment at the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday to pay tribute to Dubois, who has led the president's Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships since 2009.
"This morning I want to publicly thank Joshua for all that he's done, and I know that everybody joins me in wishing him all the best in his future endeavors -- including getting married," the president said.
The president said he will miss the daily meditations and scripture verses DuBois sends him by email every morning.
The 30-year-old will now be compiling those meditations and devotionals into a book for leaders. DuBois was 26 when he joined the president's team. Obama said he may be young, but he is wise in years.
CBN News will be talking DuBois next week. Stay with CBNNews.com for his thoughts on four years inside the Executive Branch and his service as a spiritual advisor to President Obama.