Thank you from the writers team

Communications Farewell

Thank you for following the journey of learning about our ‘Unshakeable’ God over the past week. It’s been a joy and pleasure to bring you stories from the week, and we hope that you’ve enjoyed reading about some of the happenings here in Offenburg.

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Thousands of teenagers worship God together.

You’re not alone

For many teens, TS is the only place they encounter lots of Jesus followers who are the same age.

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The Global Village sign in kiosk in the Interaction Zone.

Global Village: Simulation leads to sharing 

Other than the white info and sign in kiosk located in the Interaction Zone, teenagers had to wait their turn to find out what else Global Village held in store for them this year. Even though that information is reserved for those who went through the simulation, the lessons learned from the experience are meant to be shared.

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Rebecca (picture from Facebook)

TS and Missions: Rebecca’s Story 

Especially after TeenStreet, Rebecca wanted to go into missions. As she remembers, “TeenStreet was the only sector in my life telling me that I was capable of doing this at age 16. Without TeenStreet, I wouldn’t have had the opportunity or felt confident enough to go.”

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Artists painted in the streets of Offenburg during ArtDay.

ArtDay in Offenburg

Monday afternoon the market square of Offenburg turned into an art fair as the TeenStreet (TS) Outreach Team arranged ArtDay to show God’s love. It was hard to miss that there was something special going on in the city as live music filled the air and children, some them with their faces painted, some carrying balloon models, made a colourful scene.

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Programme team onstage during YES.

YES! Our Father has won!

It is the last day of TeenStreet (TS) 2017, but it is not over. “God is still speaking and the sun is out!” Debs welcomed the teens this morning with the theme YES! “It is a celebration—YES!—because God has won the victory for us."

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Dania is the newest member of the TeenStreet band.

The global voice of TeenStreet

The TeenStreet band hopes to involve more and more teenagers in determining what worship is like at TeenStreet. One way of doing this is by inviting new people to join the band.

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Debs and Josh Walker have spoken at TeenStreet for 24 years.

TS takeaway: humility and honour 

Josh and Debs Walker have spoken at 24 of 25 TeenStreets. “We grew up with TeenStreet,” Debs shared.

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TeenStreet is a tool box for teen's futures.

TeenStreet: God's toolbox

John, 25, from Sweden says TeenStreet is a platform where God prepares young people for the future. 

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A tent and campfire scene illustrate how God is our REFUGE.

REFUGE: Enjoying time with the Father 

On the morning of the fourth day of TeenStreet, there was a camping site on stage when the teens came in for their Mainhall meeting. Both, the tent and the campfire were significant for today’s theme: REFUGE.

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Two Portuguese teens raised money for two years to come to TeenStreet.

2 Years in Coming

A couple of Portuguese participants at TeenStreet 2017 have been fundraising for two years to come to their first conference.

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SEALED

SEALED: Finding true identity in the Father 

The third day of TeenStreet started with a special programme: separate Mainhall meetings for boys and girls. 

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Ciqui

TeenStreet and Missions: Ciqui’s Story

Seated behind the Italian translator station, you’ll find the smiling face Alessandro (or Ciqui, as he prefers to be called). Attending his ninth TeenStreet (TS) conference, he looked back to the early days of his life in missions.

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Josh and Ed present GRASP in the Mainhall.

GRASP: Living out the father’s truths  

This second day of TeenStreet started with a big family meeting in the Mainhall. “Jesus wants us to be His brothers and sisters,” Josh explained, “and He wants us to know His Dad!”

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Micaela ist eine Freiwillige im Service Team und arbeitet bei der Mainhall Security.

TeenStreet and Missions: Micaela’s Story 

Micaela Rodrigues, 21, from Portugal first heard about TeenStreet (TS) after her parents attended the international youth congress in 2003. After that, “I always wanted to go, but my parents were always saying, ‘You’re not old enough to go yet,’” she recalled. 

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Teens gather in front of OM's booth at TeenStreet.

Experiencing vibrant community at TeenStreet 

OM, TeenStreet's parent organisation, wants to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. How does TeenStreet fit into that vision?

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The program team presents TREK.

TREK: On a journey of freedom 

On the first morning of TeenStreet, the teens danced into the Mainhall like it was the best day of their lives. Today was all about “TREK.”

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20 Übersetzer arbeiten backstage um jede Veranstaltung in der Mainhall (Haupthalle) in 17 verschiedene Sprachen zu übersetzen.

TS translation: why we do what we do 

20 translators work behind-the-scenes to translate every Mainhall session in 17 languages.

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7-week-old baby Neill is one of the youngest people at TeenStreet 2017.

Tiny TeenStreet participants 

At TeenStreet (TS), there aren’t only teens and service team members. There are also the children of service team and staff members. Some of them are just few weeks old when they experience TS for the first time in their lives. 

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Josh und Debs reden über unseren unerschütterlichen Gott.

The UNSHAKEABLE Anchor

With a big countdown in the Mainhall, TeenStreet (TS) 2017 has officially started!

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