Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Building the set

My dad has been so amazingly generous in giving of his time to work on the set needed for "The Cord of Courage." He's spent hours planning what to do, buying materials, and constructing them at the church building. We're using the baptistery area for Rahab's house (the baptistery is almost like a balcony above the stage, facing out to the audience), so he constructed a floor to cover the baptismal pool (we don't want anyone falling in!), and yesterday he built a railing over the opening to make sure no one falls out.

I am so blessed to have wonderful help with each aspect of the production. In addition to costumes and set help, I've had enthusiastic people gathering props, a dad and daughter team up to organize publicity, a dad (and my assistant director) designing the flier, another dad brainstorming what to do for the Jericho wall, and others who step in and help wherever needed. It's truly a blessing to see the body of Christ working together in a beautiful way!

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