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Joe Lowry
Volunteer Voices

 Why did I decide to spend a year living in a tiny town in the hills of Eastern Kentucky, hundreds of miles away from anyone I know?I loved college. I took fascinating classes, had wonderful friends, and played keyboards in a rock band....

Sam Frykenberg
Volunteer Voices

 My name is Sam Frykenberg, and I joined Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to reconnect with spiritual roots before I continue my path as a healer. I find divinity in creation, connection, and love, as a guide, and as a caregiver.While...

CAP in the News

This winter's bitterly cold temperatures have brought about increased costs to homeowners through heating bills and frozen water lines. Kentucky Power graciously awarded a $50,000 grant to CAP to alleviate those winter issues. Read the full story at...

News

For Bob and Peggy, Christian Appalachian Project and the Appalachian Mountains feel like home. They met here as volunteers, fell in love, and return as often as they can to continue sharing Christ’s love through service in Appalachia.Peggy was a...

CAP in the News

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - Thursday morning Kentucky Power presented Christian Appalachian Project with a 50,000 dollar grant. Read the full story at WYMTVideo courtesy WYMT ...

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