Athletes Village: Day 1

After taking the bullet train down from Seoul, our team spent the evening in our home city of Gwangju. It is much smaller than Seoul. There are only 1.5 million people here!

Here is our Canadian team arriving in Seoul

Here is our Canadian team arriving in Seoul

Yesterday we were able to gain access to the athlete cafeteria in order to connect with the athletes over the universal language of food. Three of us were able to find a group of British athletes and sat down to eat with them. We talked about everything from their sports to movies and music and even talked about what the church looks like in their countries.
A few of our team members have a bright future as K-pop celebrities

A few of our team members have a bright future as K-pop celebrities

I connected well with the British golfer due to our shared music and movie preferences and similar personalities. None of the Brits had much exposure to the church or even Christians so it was so encouraging when they allowed us to close the meal by praying for them. The golfers excitement over being prayed for for the first time filled my heart with joy. He even asked to get a photo of us together to remember the experience by (it was on his camera, otherwise I would share it here). I am looking forward to meeting up with him later this week and checking in as well as hopefully making it out to support him in his round of golf. God is present and working at these games! Please continue to pray for divine appointments, opportunities to share the love of Jesus and encourage the athletes in the

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village! For the team, Corey