Selah in Progress

Feb 25, 2016 | 0 comments

This week has been filled with the beauty of Cambodia. Paints, fabrics, and carpentry are coming together to turn a dilapidated house boat into a stunning Art Center named Selah.




With Kim Lewis at the design helm, our Art Center team, including carpenter Jake Scott and Touch A Life co-founder Pam Cope, have been busy painting and setting everything in place for the newest addition to the Rapha House campus in Battambang. Selah Art Center will serve as a place for healing and creativity for girls who have survived the exploitation of sex trafficking.




The design team sourced fabric and accessories from local vendors, then started painting bright, bold colors that will bring Selah to life.












We can’t wait to show you the finished product! And keep an eye on our Instagram for more photos from our adventures through Cambodia.

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