Working among Migrants in Germany is our passion. Will it also be yours?
Imagine yourself reaching out to a multi-cultural city in the southern part of Germany, meetings kids and youths and all kind of people, enjoying a cup of tea and chats in different languages, running a Tea-House, helping migrants with German bureaucracy, sharing your life, investing your gifts and talents for planting a church and much more ...
You need to have
- a passion for migrants
- German and other languages in practice or you are ready to learn
- experience in helping others to know Christ or get to know him
You should be
- looking for a challenge in Germany
- a teamplayer
- interested in other cultures
These kind of gifts or interests may be of help:
- playing music
- leading a house group
Serving in West and Central Asia for many years, Paul and Soonok have one lasting dream: to see a church planting movement there.
How do you encapsulate everything that goes into a full week of teaching, worship music, workshops, meals and so much more? Enjoy a brief overview of TeenStreet 2019.
Day 6 was all about focus. Where is your focus–on the small things or on Jesus? Don't get distracted by the Mona Lisas in life. Turn around and look at Jesus.
The Art Zone is a place where teens can creatively express themselves and their worship for God. For Saskia, art is a way to quiet her mind and let God speak.
On Day 5, we looked at 'Power.' Our words have the power to hurt and destroy as well as encourage and build up. Jesus' words give joy, life, peace, hope and purpose to those who believe Him.
On Day 4 of TeenStreet, over 1,200 runners raised money in the RAG race in order to help teen refugees in Europe and support new TeenStreets around the world.