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CAP and Water to Wine Food Pantry partner to address food insecurity throughtout Appalachia
Feature Story

Water Into Wine Food Pantry, a ministry of Lakefront Church of God in Salyersville, Kentucky, has partnered with Christian Appalachian Project to expand services to meet the needs of families living in poverty in Magoffin County.“The partnership...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

Do you have some free time this summer? Do  you want to transform a child's life and your own? Then we NEED you this summer! Every summer CAP hosts over 1,000 children in need at our two summer camps: Camp Andrew Jackson and Camp Shawnee....

Mountain Spirit

What do we mean when we talk about “neighborhood”? Is it a place identified by streets and landmarks, where members of the community know one another and are quick to respond when a need arises? Or is it a commitment to loving another as yourself,...

Mountain Spirit

A dirt floor. No running water, except for what was leaking from the gutters. Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) first warehouse in Tennessee was inadequate, and CAP was soon looking for a sturdier warehouse that could be used to expand the...

Mountain Spirit

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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