Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Writer Rohan Waters
Did you know that senior secondary students in your church can undertake a year of growth and transformation in the Christian life as part of their VCE (TCE for Tassie students)? Not only that but they can do it through your local church, regardless of what school they attend, and most schools, either private or public, will cover a significant proportion of the course costs.
Veta Morphus has been running for 16 years and is available to students across Australia, but every year we meet people who say, 'I wish I'd known about that when I was in school!'
So we are working hard to ensure that every student across the movement of Churches of Christ who is heading into year 11 or 12 at high school next year knows that this is an option for them.
It is easy for students to get involved; all they have to do is enrol at www.veta.org.au and we do the rest. The local church can provide as much or as little support as they like. At a minimum, all your church needs to do is to pass on the information; alternatively, we can work with you to set up your church as a local provider, and you can offer Veta Morphus to students from schools across your region, with real impact in mission and discipleship.
Now is the ideal time to let students know about Veta Morphus, as they will soon be choosing subjects for their VCE. So please check out www.veta.org.au and contact us should you need any support in getting the word out to your students. Better still, why not consider becoming a local provider and using Veta Morphus to raise up a generation of young men and women as Christian leaders in your neighbohood?
This is a remarkable oppurtunity for young people—so let's work together to make sure that none of them miss out.
Veta Morphus is an affiliated agency of CCVT. Below are some photos from the latest Veta Morphus retreat, supplied by Veta Morphus.
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