TeenStreet Malaysia 2015 Event – “Double Vision: Loving God and People”

 

OM Malaysia will be organising the TeenStreet Malaysia 2015 event, with the theme “Double Vision”, on the 9-13 of December 2015 at the Kolej Tuanku Jaafar in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. The event will be founded on the Christian’s call and double vision to love God and to love people. The target group are Christian teenagers between 13-17 years of age.

TeenStreet exists to work with the church to motivate and equip Christian Teens to have a real friendship with Jesus so that they reflect Him daily in their world. They are focused on building young people’s relationship with God, making an impact through the design of everything that happens at TeenStreet from sports to small groups and the main stage, and empowering them by assisting them in finding ways to reflect Jesus daily, at TeenStreet and throughout the year.

 

About The Founders of TeenStreet

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Dan and Suzie Potter are the pioneers of TeenStreet and OM’s next generation ministries. They describe themselves as “Edu Trainers”, combining artistic “Entertainment”, illusion, theater, comedy, storytelling and audience participation with Biblical “Education”.

They have spoken to over 1 million youths, parents and leaders in 66 countries through 4500 camps, conferences, retreats, outreaches, and church events.

 

Event Details

Event: TeenStreet Malaysia 2015: “Double Vision: To Love God and People”

Date: 9-13 December 2015

Venue: Kolej Tuanku Jaafar, Mantin, Negeri Sembilan

 

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Register before the 4th of November 2015. Cost for the 5-day event is RM400.

 

Adult Volunteers Needed by TeenStreet

Service Team: TeenStreet as an event would not happen without the generous and sacrificial support of the Service Team. This team is made up of all those who help behind the scenes. This includes cleaning, running workshops, operating the TS cafe, Media Team, Security, organising sports, driving… the list goes on.

Coaches: Teenagers need a caring adult as a friend, example, authority figure and challenge giver. The Coach is responsible for the Teens in each NET group, which consist of 6 teenagers and 1 adult leader (Coach) of the same gender. Coaches are responsible for leading the NET times, meeting with their team in free time, keeping the Teens accountable, spending personal time with each Teen and being a friend.

Coaches should be aged 21 and above. People between 18-21 may come as Assistant Coach if you feel they are ready for the challenge.

M & M (Management and Ministry) Leader: M & M Leaders at TeenStreet supervise or mentor the Coaches who are in their team. They meet with the Coach each day in order to encourage, mentor, pray and provide support.

Prayer and Counseling Team

 

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Find out more about TeenStreet Malaysia 2015 and how you can volunteer by contacting OM Malaysia at 603-78035303, faxing them at 03-78035456, email them at teenstreet.my@om.org, or checking out their FaceBook page at TeenStreet Malaysia.

 

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