23-year-old Sini (Finland) has been to TeenStreet (TS) eleven times. Her first TS took place when she was 13 years old and a family friend was looking for someone to go to TS with her own daughter. Now she serves together with her husband Mikko.
Kari from Finland talks about the importance of male role models for teenage boys, who are facing big questions in life.
Teens designed, assembled and painted individual toys, topped with solar-panelled propellers, to be given to refugee children, along with a gospel message.
Through Scatter Railways, Global Village at TeenStreet focussed this year on introducing teens to the 2.8 billion people who have never heard of Jesus.
His story with you—with us—is not over after today. The kingdom, power, and glory of God don’t stop here.
Art can be an expression of worship. So can fashion illustration.
Teens from one Finnish church cover most of their TeenStreet costs by serving coffee and cake throughout the year.
On RAG day at TeenStreet, 844 runners, united by one goal, raised over 50,000 Euros for refugees.
DAY 5 reminds us we don't have to give in to temptation and sin. God can help us resist temptation and save us when we are under attack from the enemy.
TeenStreet impresses Claudia (Portugal) and her two brothers, here for the first time, as a melting pot of languages and cultures.
Claudia (Portugal) has been to TeenStreet five times. This year, she finally convinced her two brothers to join.
TeenStreet Europe is pretty international, but the global TeenStreet network stretches even further around the world.
Get to know Ron, one of the three key speakers at TeenStreet this year.
David, the DJ at TeenStreet, has a passion for people and a desire to see them know and be used by God.
DAY FOUR at TeenStreet was all about forgiveness being an important part of our relationship with God and others.
Get to know Rich, one of the three key speakers at TeenStreet 2018.
DAY 3 encourages us to depend on God for everything we need. As our Father and our King, He is faithful and worthy of our trust.
By donating money—even a little—to this year’s RAG project, teens can make a BIG difference in the lives of other teens.
Get to know Rachel, one of the three key speakers at TeenStreet 2018.
Johanna (Finland) talks about her passion to be a missionary inside her home country and also abroad.