Rescue Mission for soccer team in Thailand

Twelve boys between the ages of 11 and 16  as well as their coach are a part of a soccer team we're found alive in a cave in Thailand nine days after the group went missing. They entered the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system on Saturday, June 23 but became stranded in the dark tunnels by a sudden and continuous downpour. According to Ben Reymenants, a cave diver who’s part of the international team assisting the Thai Navy in the soccer team rescue mission he predicts the group of 13 will be retrieved successfully in three or four months. There is a thorough plan of training the boys to swim, while it was reported not all of them can swim, providing the group with enough food and supplies until the rescue mission is complete as well as medical services once they are rescued. They seem to be in amazing spirits and are being so positive despite what they are going through. Of course they want to go home but these young men are so BRAVE!! Please send them love and prayer <3

Karen Sharp

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