Local ministry headed to bigger sites
Published 11:26 pm Monday, August 20, 2007
Greetings from the writer, producers and directors of G.D.Q. Playwright Productions. When one hears the name G.D.Q, the first thing that probably comes to mind are the Inspirational stage plays that this ministry has produced such as, “I Told The Storm,” “Don’t Drive Yo’ Mama Away,” “Passion Of The Cross,” “If Lovin’ Him Is Wrong,” “Be Careful What U Pray 4, (u jus’ might git’ it)” and “Blue Butterfly.”
Although G.D.Q. received their start here in the beautiful town of Natchez, the group now knows, without a doubt that the spirit of the Lord is leading them and their playwright ministry to higher heights, into a new land. The sky is the limit to what we can conquer to share with the rest of the world. Many viewers have wondered why our plays have been limited to just this area, and when our plays will move outside of the area for others to see this work of God. Our response simply was, “In God’s appointed time. In our ministry, we understand that God has an appointed time to answer our prayers and to bring them to pass. And the truth of the matter is, no matter how badly we want it, no matter how much we pray and plead with God, it’s not going to change Gods appointed time. It’s still going to happen on God’s timetable.
And since the playwrights were obedient, prayerful and patiently waiting, the mighty move of God has finally arrived, therefore, soaring G.D.Q.’s ministry to another level in new territory, starting in Wesson. Through this ministry’s prayer, supplication and simple waiting upon the Lord, G.D.Q. Playwright is exceeding to another level, starting with Wesson.
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G.D.Q. productions mission isn’t limited to just exploring new cities, and towns, but hoping to exceed the utmost parts of the world, praying to be a blessing to all nations. Brookhaven, Pike, Monticello and all points in between are the ministry’s first stop. While the various towns and our ministry anticipate the premier of G.D.Q. Playwright stage play, “If Loving Him Is Wrong, I Don’t Wanna Be Right,” we extend the same welcome to our hometown, Natchez and surrounding area, because there is nothing like having the support of our viewers and faithful fans along side us in territory. This musical will take place on the campus of Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, in the Rea Auditorium, Thursday, Aug. 30, at 6 p.m.
The cast is ecstatic about traveling outside of their comfort zone, we knew that this day was coming and when it had, every cast said they would be ready. They’ve all been dedicated from day one. Just like the Lord proclaims to us, that he would never leave or forsake us, our awesome cast has declared the same, and they’ve proven themselves time after time, which tells me that God has blessed and has called each cast into their being.
Again, we take this chance to invite all that would come out and witness G.D.Q. productions in an all new setting and ambiance, Aug. 30 at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, we welcome you with the same token that you’ve welcomed us here in Natchez, and that is with love. For those who aren’t able to make it to the musical, we believe that your hearts, minds and spirits will be with us.
May God continuously add a blessing unto each and all of you. For more info on the upcoming play at Copiah College, call 601-442-2271 or visit G.D.Q. official Web site at: www.vickiegdq.org or e-mail email@example.com.
Vickie R.W.Green is the G.D.Q. writer/director and a Roxie resident.