Italy 2017 | Update 4 |

On our last day of camp in Forli, the coaches were sad to say goodbye to an awesome bunch of kids. We spent the day play basketball-related games with the kids. The kids even reviews the weekly sportsmanship thoughts, which the last day was teamwork. One of the coaches shared her testimony and really did a great job summing up all of the coaches ideas and reason for spending a week with the kids; to share the Gospel. Towards the end of the camp, the coaches gave out three Christian character awards out to three kids who exemplified many of the sportsmanship thoughts and displayed Christ-like attitude all week. As the team was saying it’s finally goodbyes, the coaches got plenty of autographs and contact info for the kids to provide follow up. The team would head back to more sightseeing in a nearby town that has two towers that overlook a small city. The view from the clock tower was beautiful and served as a great reminder of God as a creator and this world being his creation. After spending a half-hour at the towers,  the team would drive to Imola, a regular location for Push The Rock camps, to meet up with the missionary and several kids from previous camps. The coaches got to play basketball with the kids at the local courts and then would go out for pizza at a local restaurant owned by one of the church members from La Rocco (the local church PTR partners with). The night ended on a high note with gelato.


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