The Typhoon

Kristen Levitt (my daughter) and I are in Hong Kong awaiting the arrival of the rest of our soccer team. There are seven of us from Indian Creek participating. We will lead a clinic in an Asian country that will remain unnamed online. There is a severe typhoon nearby so we have some time to shop in the underground shops and catch up some work.

We look forward to what God will do. There are approximately 70 signed up to participate in what becomes a combination of cultural exchange and soccer clinic. There are spiritual aspects that I can tell you about in person. Let’s just say that this is one of the best ways to share life on this side of the world. 

Keep us in your prayers. The temps are high 80s to 100 and the humidity is 95%. We will be on the pitch for 5 hours a day for 5 days. Last year it tested us physically and I expect more of the same. In the evenings we get to share our lives and the reason we live with the students. We stay in a dorm together that is the home base for one of the national teams. Our team provides team building exercises and soccer vocabulary that begins with, we call it “soccer” and you call it “football”. 

I’ll share more as the camp unfolds.  You can learn more about Project Partner by clicking on the link.