40 Men & A Movie

one of the best parts of my role as campus designer is to get to partner nearly all our ministry teams at one time or another. this past weekend i was blown away by the camaraderie and creativity of two teams on two huge projects. Family Flick Night with our Ginghamsburg Kids’ adult leaders and painting the Avenue gym with our Ginghamsburg Men’s Ministry. call me happy and a little bit tired:)

Fast forward 8 hours and we are almost ready for kids. Stage is set - lighting is being adjusted and a few folks are already bringing in their blankets to save their family spot.

Not too shabby. Made me wish i was a kid all over again... popcorn, a live worship band, a movie and EVERYBODY in their pjs. How fun is that? 500 movie-goers, despite the weather! Kudos to Kelly Flora and her incredible team....

Avenue gym -- before. Cement walls are 10-yr-old turquoise and peach. Thankfully in the span of 5 hours this will change.

The guys were absolutely incredible. Men from their 20s to their 60s dove in and got it done like they'd been working together all their lives. Tony Miltenberger and I "coached" the team to an early victory. Professional painter Steve Wilkey made the work seamless.

We are excited. The guys love the colors and I do too.

A view of the stage side.

A panoramic view of the basketball/gym side. We are done! Many thanks to the incredibly amazing Men's Ministry @ Ginghamsburg!


4 Responses

  1. Derick L. says:

    All your work (as well as the men’s), your art, and your gifts do not go unnoticed or unappreciated. I’m so blessed to be in ministry with you!

  2. Kelly says:

    The Avenue looks so great!Nice job everyone! Loved parrnering with you on Family Flick Night, Kim. Thnak you for everything!

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