Announcing Joshua and Audrey Weiger: Missionaries to Germany
NAME: Joshua and Audrey Weiger
ASSIGNMENT: Joshua will head up a network that supports youth leaders in Europe and the Middle East as well as youth. Audrey will use her business and management skills to assist in the ministry with women caught in sex trafficking and in organizational and administrative work for the Three Worlds region.
DATE OF APPOINTMENT: April 22, 2014
STATUS: Career Missionaries
TERM OF SERVICE: Four years
TARGET LEAVE DATE: Fall 2015
INTRODUCTION: Josh and Audrey Weiger fell in love with Jesus and God’s people early. That love now calls them to mentor young Church of God leaders in Europe and the Middle East, and to serve people caught in human trafficking, helping them to build healthy and sustainable lives.
Their motto is: “Love God, Love People.” They are passionate about bridging generations, building up young leaders, equipping others to fulfill their God-given dreams, and using business as mission to provide for God’s people.
“We believe that life is often perplexing, but that God is big enough to handle our questions and the circumstances life throws at us. God will bring about God’s kingdom on this earth through us, as followers of Christ. What a gift we have in our relationship with God and with each other.”
“We enthusiastically accept the call to join the Three Worlds team.”
Audrey was born in Ohio and worked recently for Anderson University admissions for eight years. Her undergraduate work in communications (public relations), Christian ministries, and German, as well as her MBA, were done through Anderson University. She ran a nonprofit organization, Bound For Freedom, with friends from college, making and selling handmade journals. Proceeds went to organizations that supported women with HIV/AIDS and women emerging from sex trafficking.
Joshua was born in Maryland and moved to Alabama at the age of eight. He’s pastored students and families at Park Place Church of God for seven years. He completed his undergraduate studies in Christian ministries at Anderson University and interned in two youth ministries and with the International Youth Convention, helping to plan and coordinate IYC2008.
Audrey and Joshua are the parents of the delightful Emma and are expecting their second child in the fall of 2014.
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