It was announced on Friday: ‘The loan system has been postponed’. This paves the way for you to take a gap year without losing your student finance. Research by the NOS showed that on average 20% of young people are thinking about a gap year. This could be a Bible school, a world trip or another form of training or reorientation. Due to the threat of the loan system, the number of students considering a gap year had fallen to 5%. Quite logical. Now that Minister of Education, Culture and Science, Jet Bussemaker, has officially announced the change, the way is clear to take a gap year. So this is your chance to attend a year of Royal Mission School: The year of your life!
Students are often asked: ‘Will you also receive a diploma?’ or ”What will a year like this do for your career?’. If you are economically driven, these are legitimate questions. But if you are driven ‘by the love of Christ’ you ask different questions. What can such a year mean for the course of your life? What do you want to be trained in? Do you actually know who you are and what God has put in you? The better you know who you are and who God is, the better insight you will have into your life’s destiny and the choices (such as a study) that go with it. So a gap year is actually a big gain for the kingdom of God! Do you want to know more? Come to our home! BeeMartin and Karin Koornstra in Veenendaal. OnWednesday evening June 19 at 8 p.m. AtMartin and Annemarije Dol in Drachten. OnTuesday July 2 at 8 p.m. We want to give young people (and their parents) the opportunity to hear from us personally how special Royal Mission School is and what such a year entails. That is why we have planned 2 unique evenings at our home. If you are interested, please register using this form. We will then ensure that the coffee/soft drink is ready and you will receive a message with the information. You will not regret it!
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