Who is One Way Street One Way Street, Inc provides resources and training for creative ministry, specializing in puppet ministry and other creative arts such as children's music, clown ministry, gospel magic, ventriloquism, and more. As a company, we are dedicated to helping teachers and ministers spread the Gospel by providing quality Christian resources. Please accept our sincere thanks for allowing us to serve you. We greatly appreciate the fact that you have chosen to do business with us, and in return, we pledge our continuing efforts to offer you the best service possible. It is our goal to advance the kingdom of God by providing the best possible resources, training, and customer service to people who share the message of Jesus Christ through creative arts. One Way Street, Inc is an inter-denominational ministry. We believe in the Holy Trinity, made up of God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. We believe that God created Heaven and earth ; that, for the salvation of man, Jesus Christ was placed on earth through the virgin birth, was crucified, and rose from the dead ; and that the Holy Spirit is actively working in the world today, calling us to His service. History of One Way Street One Way Street was founded in 1974 as the family ministry of Dale and Liz VonSeggen, and has grown to become one of the nation's largest and premier supply companies for people who minister to children and youth. Who is One Way Street Today One Way Street is now owned by Todd & Amie Liebenow and employs about twenty-three people at its office/warehouse building in Centennial, Colorado. It includes an events division, where all aspects of our conferences and festivals are managed, a workshop area where the highest-quality puppet characters are created, a publications department that creates innovative printed products and informational materials, and an order-fulfillment department that receives, processes, and ships orders from our catalog and website. One Way Street also indirectly employs about ten more people in a cottage industry in Indiana, where our standard line of puppets is made. Staff members travel around the world to conferences, conventions, and festivals throughout the year, teaching and sharing in areas such as puppet ministry, children's worship, children's music, ventriloquism, clown ministry, and other related areas.