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Who is a neighbor?Is it someone who lives next door or down the street? Or is it a community of caring people who are willing to help out a person in need — even if they don’t know them?No matter how you define neighbor, loving your neighbor as...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

The photo to the right is of the Johnson House volunteers at Natural Bridge (minus Sam who was rock climbing). From left to right, Nate, Kathy,  Carolyn, myself, and Alex. I am so blessed to have these people in my life. When this photo was...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

A wise person once told me, “The mountains are a healing place." I cannot begin to put into words how valid that statement has been for me. I’m only four hours away from home, but I feel like I am a world away at times. I’m from the city, so the...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

“Give us today our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.” -Matthew 6:11-12 NIV As an avenue for participants to receive necessary physical nourishment, Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Bread...

CAP in the News

Before dawn on Sunday, March 24, a team of eight from St. John's Episcopal Church gathered in the church parking lot to pack two vans and head off to a mission with the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. Read...

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