Bo Thorp, foreground left, directs, from left, Taylor Ann Knott, 11, William Thorp, 15, O.T. Lunsford, Clay Thorp, and Olivia Rice, 15, as they rehearse a play depicting the biblical story of Jonah during vacation bible school Wednesday at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Durham.
Bo Thorp, foreground left, directs, from left, Taylor Ann Knott, 11, William Thorp, 15, O.T. Lunsford, Clay Thorp, and Olivia Rice, 15, as they rehearse a play depicting the biblical story of Jonah during vacation bible school Wednesday at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Durham. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com
Bo Thorp, foreground left, directs, from left, Taylor Ann Knott, 11, William Thorp, 15, O.T. Lunsford, Clay Thorp, and Olivia Rice, 15, as they rehearse a play depicting the biblical story of Jonah during vacation bible school Wednesday at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Durham. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com

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