Julie is home with stories of running a charity soccer camp and her other interactions while on a mission to Africa.
|While dribbling the ball and during the game, |
some kids wore shoes without socks...
|There were not enough soccer clothes and shoes donated; |
some of the players wore only socks or no footwear.
|Talk about sportsmanship, |
even without proper gear, they came ready to play.
|The girl that I sponsor, Ireen, played goalie |
with one sock only on her feet.
|The local animals came on the field |
chasing after the players and soccer ball.
|The final game of soccer camp |
went into overtime and then penalty kicks.
|Whether your village wins or loses, |
you gotta dance.
I would like to invite you to be a part of my support team through prayerfully and financially supporting this effort. I need to raise $3,000 to cover my trip expenses. There are two ways you can help me reach this financial goal. The first is by donating either online at: Julie's fund or by check made payable to Children of the Nations, with my personal fundraising code on the check memo line (234471). Checks should be sent to: COTN-Venture Program, PO Box 3970, Silverdale, WA 98383. All investments in this ministry are tax-deductible.
By the way, someone will win a T-Shirt that has a picture of the continent on it as well as the following text.
“The Warm Heart of Africa”
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