Tag Archives: NightLight Ministry

Explosion of Joy in the Red Light Area

“This bar is weird!” exclaimed a Japanese sex tourist. He had been walking through the red light area when the activity inside our outreach center caught his attention. A room full of people joyfully singing and dancing didn’t fit the usual bar scene and he couldn’t quite figure us out. In partnership with Iris Ministries, […]

Ayumi

Ayumi came by today in a cute white and black dress, a shiny necklace and a girlish hairband with a bow. He wore no shoes though, and that was upsetting to him. Yes, he. Ayumi is not a little girl but a teenage boy who struggles with gender identity and actually Ayumi isn’t even his […]

From Slavery to War Zone – Seeking Refuge

I first met Dao in the middle of the Red Shirts protest in Bangkok. Her neighborhood was literally being bombarded with gunfire and grenades. Electricity had been cut off; people were barricaded into their neighborhood while the violence was escalating daily. Dao’s aunt works at NightLight and she asked if she and her family could […]

Faith Rising From the Flames

Sitting on the floor of a newly built house in a slum community, I had much to celebrate. Yesterday, a team from NightLight and from The Ruth Center had been invited by the family to come bless their new home and dedicate it to God. As we sang and prayed, the grandma and mother kept […]