WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH YOUR LIFE?
What if there was a place where you could take one year to deepen your relationship with God, learn more about who you are, and discover what God has for your life? Millions of young adults are spending thousands of dollars on college education, only to find themselves not really knowing what they want to do. Why not spend a year of your life immersed in a culture where you can figure these things out?
As a school of ministry that is passionate about the presence of God, we exist to equip and train young adults to become mature lovers of God who are committed to seeing God’s kingdom invade the earth in whatever vocation God calls them to.
1ST YEAR: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
While the other years of VSOM are primarily focused on vocational ministry training, this first year experience focuses on personal identity and calling. The first year prepares students to either pursue what God has for them in a university or workplace, or launches them into a second year ready to learn ministry leadership and beyond.
The first year is designed to empower students to recognize who God has called them to be through personal impartation and discipleship, gospel-centered academics, and real hands-on experience.
2ND YEAR: LEADERSHIP
The second year of VSOM is designed for those who are called to pursue a part-time or full-time career in vocational ministry. Students will continue to take courses from Global University and as well as receive personal impartation from the leadership of Victory Christian Center.
One-on-one mentorship from Victory’s pastoral staff allows students to focus on a particular area of leadership they choose, including: worship, missions, multimedia, children, youth, etc. From this discipleship, students will have opportunities to lead with the gifts and abilities God has given them.
At the end of the second year students will be fully prepared to enter into ministry positions as the Lord opens doors of opportunity.
3RD YEAR: INTERNSHIP
The third year experience is loaded with opportunity as students narrow their focus even further and seek greater mastery over their life and ministry skills. Students are removed from the regular day to day activity of 1st and 2nd year students and are primarily released into experiential learning through their area of ministry focus. Their time is dedicated to the actual leadership of ministries underneath the covering of a qualified professional. This experience is the closest you can be to having full responsibility for the success of a ministry while still underneath the covering of VSOM.