Mid-April is going to be an exciting change-over time in CVE Scotland. Both Beatrice Roy (our National Worker since January 2016) and Kate Russon (who joined us in November 2016 as our Administrator) are moving on. Bee moves over to Tearfund Scotland as their Youth and Young Adults Manager, and Kate has been appointed the Kodaly Music Instructor for South Aberdeenshire's schools. Everyone in CVE Scotland is really excited for Bee and Kate, to see how the Lord will use them both in the tremendous opportunities that their new roles will bring. And we are immensely grateful for their skill, enthusiasm and dedication, working for CVE Scotland in the last couple of years.
A lot else is happening with CVE at present, as Andy Bathgate explains: "We’re greatly looking forward to a major joint project with the Church of Scotland's Education Committee, leading a national initiative on R.O./Time for Reflection and the work of school chaplains right across Scotland. Our national training day for teachers, with Prof John Lennox as keynote speaker, is less than two months away (on May 17th - organised jointly with the Scottish Catholic Education Service). And we are currently discussing yet another major project with two other leading Christian charities - this one to support Christian parents. God is at work - so please pray that we’ll follow him closely in the three months ahead!”