STRYPER guitarist Oz Fox's wedding to Annie Lobért, a 41-year-old former call girl who founded the international Christian ministry Hookers for Jesus, will be webcast live via www.thechurchlv.com/live on Friday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Special song(s) will be sung by Michael Sweet and Oz Fox of STRYPER, Rachel Sneed (The Church At South Las Vegas worship leader) and the bride-to-be.
Lobért (pictured with Fox below) worked for 11 years as a prostitute and escort in Las Vegas, which included catering to celebrities and professional athletes.
Lobért gives lectures in both secular and religious communities on the effects of the adult entertainment industry. Additionally, she has been heard on talk radio and interviewed in major news publications throughout the world, including the U.K., France, Spain, Germany, Japan, Australia and Africa. She is the author of "Hooker for Jesus", a soon-to-be-released autobiography targeting both secular and religious audiences.
Fox and Lobért reportedly met in February 2008.
Annie Lobért on "The 700 Club":
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