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It’s time again for CAP’s annual WorkFest event, when nearly 400 college students will spend their spring breaks repairing and rebuilding distressed homes in Appalachia. Our participants live on meager incomes and often struggle just to make ends...

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Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds. John 12:24 "Die to self; Live for Christ." That was our theme for WorkFest 2013, Christian...

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Each January, CAP welcomes a new class of volunteers. This supplements our larger September class with those who prefer to start at a later date, such as college students who graduate in December. We’re happy to have nine new volunteers who chose to...

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It’s been a slow week in Appalachia. And that’s saying something. In a place where going to the store for groceries requires 30-mile round trip drive, rain interrupts the Internet, and chatting for at least 15 minutes about who knows whom precedes...

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Want to do something meaningful this summer? Christian Appalachian Project is currently accepting applications for volunteer summer camp counselors, lifeguards, office helpers, nurses and arts & crafts instructors. Our camps are nestled in the...

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