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TeenStreet around the World!
We live in a time that has the largest amount of refugees in the history of the world. People that have left their homes because of war and hunger, and many of them are waiting in refugee camps, hoping for a better future. There are also teenagers among these refugees. Often they have fled their homes without their parents. There is a lot happening in the camps for little kids and young mums. That is great! For teenagers, however, nothing gets organised. They have no future and nothing to do. Our dream is to start organising TeenStreets for refugee teens. Creating a TeenStreet program especially for them, to give them hope, fun, attention, and a taste of the Kingdom of God.
Schools in Malawi
In the North of Malawi, there are already 2 existing schools for childrens and teens without parents. A third one is planned, and we want to raise finances for this. It’s one of the poorest places in the country, and these schools make a big difference. They have 12 different grades at school, and work also with farming, youth ministry and sport. The project involves Christians and Muslims and builds communities among them, with the possibility of living their faith out. For just 1 Euro you can feed one child for a whole month. Right now, there are about 600 kids in these schools – let’s help be the change.
Around 96% of the population has little to no access to the gospel in India. People there desire to learn English, because the language is a tool that could help them get out of poverty. New-Delhi and Moradabad are places where we have been able to see that through English Bible reading, people have come to know Christ. Small communities of believers have formed and they are engaged in their faith to reach more Indians for Christ.
Sports in Bangladesh
Despite the government education department not promoting sport, there is a huge interest from the younger generation to play football, cricket and volleyball. Through these sports activities, we want to invest in this generation and not only give them what they are asking for, but also what they need – the Gospel. They come looking for sports and we also offer them the possibility to join in with God’s journey for them. In small groups they learn to be a team in various ways, and hopefully live out their journey with Jesus.