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With a twinkle in his eye, Scott Phipps will tell you that it all started the day a preacher sold him his convertible. The top leaked and there happened to be a red leather Bible in the back seat lay­ing right in the path of the water. Scott’s wife...

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A tornado destroyed the only food pantry in Magoffin County in 2012, and church member Ladale Stephens would say that was when God provided an opportunity for Water into Wine Food Pantry to fill the void.“I told them that our small church just wasn’...

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The Operation Sharing model of gift-in-kind distribution is the direct result of compassionate partner organizations and the relationships they have built with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) over the past 30 years.While the impact of the...

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In the late part of the 1800s, among the African Americans in the mountains of Appalachia was a group that called London, Ky. home. In 1898, some of them came together to build a house of worship. It was named First Colored Baptist Church, but in...

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“It’s been a blessing,” reflected Ray Dean on the 20-plus-year relationship between God’s Temple Outreach in Barbourville, Ky. and Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Operation Sharing. “Through their support and the goods they’ve provided our...

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