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ChristianPlacements.com Receives Acclaim and Endorsements

( [email protected] ) Sep 13, 2004 08:37 PM EDT

ChristianPlacements.com is a Christian jobs website gaining new visitors each day. It currently receives over 3,500 visitors per day, has a database of over 5,500 resumes, and has over 250 job description s available. Following the desire for Christian employers to find like-minded Christian employees, ChristianPlacements.com is striving to be the premiere portal for Christian jobs.

A wide range of job openings are available through the site, with positions ranging from pastoral to business administration to computer technology. Christian leaders nationwide are heralding ChristianPlacements.com as a wonderful tool.

Dr. Bill Bright, Founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, readily endorses the site, "As our world thrives more on the internet, I believe ChristianPlacements.com will transform and dramatically enrich the realm of Christian business."

Dr. Chapman Clark, Associate Professor of Youth, Family, & Culture, Fuller Theological Seminary, says of the site: "Finally! A resource has been created which allows job seekers and employers to be united within the Christian community. In our over-secularized society, where employers are restricted by law from asking the religious affiliation of a candidate, ChristianPlacements.com allows Christians to find jobs and employees who desire to serve our Lord Jesus Christ. What an enormous blessing and resource this is for us."

ChristianPlacements.com is offering the functionality of popular job sites such as Monster.com or Yahoo Hotjobs, but brings these features to the community of Christianity. With an emphasis on uniting the people of faith, ChristianPlacements hopes to bring the Christian community together.

"Now, more than ever, employees are looking for individuals with integrity and a sense of high moral value. ChristianPlacements.com uses the Internet to move people from isolation to connection," said Walter P. Wilson, President of Palo Alto Research Group and author of The Internet Church.