Our classroom expands far beyond our campus. Each year, students travel on outreach and missions opportunities. We go to many different cities and towns, where the students design programs and services to minister through. This is done through creative ministry, evangelism, service projects, and more. Once a year, a stateside missions trip takes place where we travel to another state to minister. Places we have taken missions trips to include Mississippi, Arizona, Cherokee (North Carolina), and New York. These adventures are all a part of the exciting experience of ministry in VSOM.
Church & Ministry Opportunity
Our school is based in the 8 campuses of Victory Christian Center, and we are also partnered with 25 local area churches. Culture varies among our campuses as rural, urban, and suburban communities are all represented. These opportunities allow our students to train and minister in a campus that will utilize their gifts and callings to further God’s Kingdom. Upon graduation, doors are opened to release the student into their chosen area of ministry. Many VSOM graduates serve in either part or full-time vocational ministry roles all around the world, from pastors to missionaries.
Local students often choose to stay at home, but for those from out-of-town or those in need of a place to stay, home-openers from Victory Christian Center are provided. A student has the opportunity to live with a family that complements his/her personality. Each family undergoes an application process, background checks, and home visits from VSOM Board members to ensure a quality experience for the VSOM student. Our generous home openers provide the room and board for the student that lives with them. All other expenses, such as vehicle, hygiene products, and clothing, are the student's responsibility. Students can apply for a home opener upon acceptance into VSOM.
VSOM entails three days of intense schooling a week: Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 830A-330P. In addition to the three days of classes, students also serve at Victory Christian Center on Sunday mornings and other ministries on various weeknights. Having time off during the week and weekends creates a flexible schedule that allows students time for their jobs, homework and rest. VSOM travels to other churches for outreach and services.