Needed: A short-term virtual assistant to work with Crystal Renaud Day on the execution of a 5-day virtual summit for women suffering from porn addiction and other unwanted sexual behaviors, and to bring awareness and advocacy to the implications of pornography on oneself, others, and world. The nature of this event is extremely sensitive. This event is primarily faith-based so the candidate should be comfortable engaging in conversations pertaining to Christian faith and have a passion (or at least a heart) for abolishing sexual exploitation (i.e. pornography, human trafficking, etc.) in alignment with our purpose and the purpose of this event. Additionally, due to the nature of the summit, the potential candidate should be female.

While this is a part-time, temporary position, the candidate must be available full-time during the Summit week, October 5-9, 2020. Hours leading up to the Summit will be part-time as we prepare for the event (promotion, finalizing details) and candidate will also be used to assist with follow-up tasks after the Summit ends. Tasks will be primarily related to the Summit but also related to other needs of Living on Purpose as they arise. 

Applicant should plan for a 6-8 week commitment after interview and hiring. Pay will be at an hourly rate and candidate will be expected to track working hours. 


  • Experience with Social Media including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
  • Experience with Zoom Webinars and Meetings
  • Excellent written communication including proofreading and copyrighting
  • Access to reliable computer with webcam and microphone
  • Attention to detail and self-starter


  • Experience with MailChimp, GoogleSuite
  • Experience with managing Facebook Ads
  • Experience with PayPal and/or Stripe



Through a joint effort of Covenant Eyes and Living On Purpose (home of, we want to provide more women with the opportunity to say “me too” and invite you to join us for this unique online experience:

SHE: Support. Heal. Empower. That’s the resonating message of the SHE Virtual Recovery Summit, coming October 5-9, 2020. 5 Days. 30+ Experts & Storytellers. Free!

This faith-based, online summit will answer the questions female porn addicts are asking and lead them safely into the process of recovery.

More than 30 women, experts and storytellers in pornography addiction recovery from around the world, will share daily pre-recorded sessions, plus daily live panel discussions and Facebook Live events. These unique live events will give you the opportunity to ask the experts your own questions and engage in a deeper dialogue on these issues. Daily meet-up events will also take place to give women who struggle the option to connect with others in the hope of establishing accountability.

This summit is also designed for pastors, ministry leaders, and counselors to engage in these issues in order to serve women who struggle better, including opportunities for Q&A and dialogue.


Living on Purpose
Founded by Crystal Renaud Day, Living on Purpose is a faith-based practice offering virtual coaching & pastoral counseling services to women and teen girls facing a variety of emotional & relational issues. (formerly Dirty Girls Ministries), a division of Living on Purpose, provides unique recovery resources to women struggling with pornography and other unwanted sexual behaviors including weekly accountability groups and safe online community. As a former addict herself, Crystal has been a highly sought-after recovery expert in the area of female pornography addiction since 2009, authoring multiple books and resources. Learn more at

Covenant Eyes
Covenant Eyes is the pioneer of Internet & Screen Accountability™ software, empowering members to maintain their online integrity. Over 100,000,000 Covenant Eyes accountability reports have generated 18 years of conversation-based accountability. What people do online impacts their lives offline. Our goal is to equip people with tools that provide protection and encourage accountability and trust in the fight against Internet temptation.We bridge the gap between technology and relationships.™ Learn more at