Europe

LIVE OUT LOVE TO YOUR NEIGHBORS AND YOU COULD LIVE OUT LOVE TO THE WORLD

Once the sender of missionaries to the world, Europe is now a continent where the Church is shrinking. But, there are still open doors to share the Gospel with Europeans and a growing immigrant population throughout the continent.


TEENSTREET

RELATIONSHIPS. IMPACT. EMPOWERMENT.

These are the core values of the vibrant community that will keep you coming back year after year to TeenStreet, an annual conference and discipleship camp raising a young and passionate generation of Jesus followers. TeenStreet isn’t just for teens, it’s also for leaders with a passion to show teens that they can have a real friendship with Jesus, reflect Him daily in their world and share His love with others.

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Featured Journeys

GO & GROW

You can step out in faith and share the good news that someone else once shared with you. Maybe that sounds scary. Maybe it’s something you haven’t seriously considered before. Maybe you are wondering if God could even use you.

Stories from Europe

Rodrigo and Daiane from Brazil serve with a church in Slovenia, whose gospel podcasts reach many people for the first time, including a young mother from a marginalised Roma village. After her disabled child is miraculously healed, many Roma people abandon occultic folk traditions to follow Jesus. Now a church is being planted among them.
Serving God as graphic designer within the international communications department of OM. Photo by Meindert Kramer.
"What I can contribute to the effectiveness of OM’s work to get people involved in the global work of sharing God’s love," says Meindert Kramer, who is a graphic designer within the international communications department of OM.
“Life with God is an adventure, and do you trust Him enough to say 'Yes!' to that adventure?” When Jenna Montgomery heard a conference speaker say that, it was the final confirmation that she needed to step out. “God wanted me to use my professional skills to invest in something eternal,” she said in an interview with OM Journalist Nicky Andrews.