We have an exciting opportunity to hear from one of our International Ministries missionaries. Annie Dieselberg will be speaking at the Londonderry (VT) Town Hall on Thursday, July 3 at 7 p.m. Annie and her husband Jeff are missionaries in Bangkok, Thailand, a bustling metropolis of more than 10 million people. Annie and Jeff both serve at NightLight Foundation and NightLight Design Co. Ltd. Annie will be sharing about her ministry with NightLight.
NightLight is an international organization committed to addressing the complex issues surrounding trafficking and prostitution by catalyzing individual and community transformation. NightLight's vision is to offer intervention to sexually exploited women and children, to enable them to discover their dignity, and to provide a program of holistic transformation, empowering them to live and work in their community.
NightLight's mission is to build relationships and provide hope, intervention, rescue and assistance to women and children exploited in the sex industry by offering alternative employment through the registered jewelry business NightLight Design, Co. Ltd., as well as vocational opportunities, life-skills training and physical, emotional and spiritual development to women seeking freedom from sexual exploitation. NightLight builds support networks internationally to intervene and assist women, men and children whose lives are negatively impacted by the sex industry.
Annie is the founder and CEO of NightLight. Aside from administration, Annie facilitates the outreach in the red-light area, and leads in the prayer and deliverance ministry at NightLight. As an advocate for NightLight and the issues of women exploited in the sex industry, Annie also does a lot of networking and speaking.
Please promote this event in your church bulletin and newsletter. The Londonderry Town Hall is located at 139 Middletown Road in South Londonderry, VT. Refreshments will be served. A freewill offering will be received to support Annie and Jeff.
Annie is the daughter of Rev. Vern and Dathene Stanley, former IM missionaries to Africa and South America, who now live in southern Vermont.