TeenStreet 2017 registration will start 1st January 2017

If you want to register for TeenStreet 2017, please come back on 1st January 2017.

You will be able to register then clicking REGISTER NOW above.

The link does already work, but the registration will only open in the new year.

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From Global Village to real life

Since 2012, Global Village has been part of TeenStreet. Thousands of teenagers and adults have already been through the interactive simulation and experienced a broken world, their reaction as Christians, and reconciliation with God firsthand.

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“Veni vidi vici” at TeenStreet 2016

As the curtain came down on TeenStreet (TS) 2016, the mood written on many teenagers’ faces was “Veni vidi vici—I came, I saw, I conquered. Yea-ah!” as Lukas (17) from Germany summarized.

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Reaching out to refugees at TeenStreet

When the bus stopped in front of the refugee camp in Oldenburg, Germany, the 29 participants from TeenStreet (TS), OM’s international youth congress, had already split themselves into four groups: face painting, paper crafts, football and jenga towers.

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Emma, Ester & Belinda: A day in the lives

On the final day of TS 2016, we found Emma, Ester and Belinda – all at TS for the first time – crowding around a table in the Cocktail and Coffee Bar. They were enjoying an evening snack of soda and fries after the last Throne Room.

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The Kingdoms at TS

Large queues stretched in front of the visa application booth belonging to the Kingdom of La-Héef in the Interaction Zone.

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Day 5 recap US

The curtain is coming down on TeenStreet (TS) on Day 5. But before heading home, the teens assembled again in the main hall for a session focusing on each individual’s role as they step out of TS into the world.

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Churches and TS

Every year, TeenStreet (TS) attracts thousands of individuals, who register for the week hoping to experience God and find new friends. Many teenagers also sign up for TS with their youth groups, joining 50 or more friends from their home churches.

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Shopping spree at TeenStreet

Ever wondered how teens spend pocket money at TeenStreet (TS)? Follow communications team member Lisa on a shopping spree tour of TS 2016.

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How great Thou ART

As a demonstration of His intricately artistic nature, God fashioned humans to reflect creativity while crafting paintings, poetry, music and other expressions of art.

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No rain for RAG

The weather forecast predicted heavy rain Sunday afternoon. Indeed, rain had pounded the TeenStreet (TS) site since dawn. All morning, TS participants – those running and those supporting – prayed that God would change the weather.

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OLI: A day in the life

On Day 4 of Teenstreet (TS), we met Oli, deep in joyful conversations with his Faroese friends. This is Oli’s third TS.
Name, Age, Country : Oli, 16, Faroe Islands 
What time did your day start? Around 8 in the morning (8:00 am)

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Childcare at TeenStreet

This article was submitted by the Faeroese web team.

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Day 4 Recap: Torn

Day 4 of TeenStreet (TS) continued to build on the themes of the preceding days. Teenagers were reminded of the awe of creation as taught on the first day.

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Dancing with the angels

Do you believe that dance is a worldly activity? Is it something people do to have fun and express “worldly” pleasure at nightclubs and parties?

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A different kind of discipleship

Ever since she was a teen, Juliette* from France had always heard about TeenStreet (TS). She never attended TS during her own teenage years, but after studying and beginning her career, she attended Transform, OM’s summer Mediterranean-themed short-term outreach.

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Alessandra: A day in the life

On Day 3, we caught up with Alessandra, at TeenStreet (TS) for the fourth time. She had just purchased a new notebook and four cards from the bookshop. Since she sported an Italian lanyard, we asked how the day’s lunch – pasta – compared to her national cuisine.

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Reflections from Day 2: Who am I?

How do you see yourself when looking in the mirror?
Many teens and young adults worry about how they look. "Am I too fat? Too skinny? Am I ugly, pretty or handsome?"

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Whoever wants to be leader among you, must be a servant

Simon Em is a first time attendee of TS and a service team member working in the Communications team.  Coming from an African nation, he writes from a cultural perspective.

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Day 3 recap: Walk Day

“When we look at Genesis, we see God’s original heart, and we love the picture of Him walking with his people.  As I read [the Bible] this week I have been awestruck by His heart.

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