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For some, the space under the tree will be empty."There are a lot of families that struggle this time of year. You have a lot more bills because of cold weather...so we want to make sure that the children are able to get toys," says Sherri Barnett,...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

“I kept asking God what I should do with my life, and God kept answering: ‘I dunno Greg, what do you want to do?’”  -Greg Wagner, CAP Alum As a kid raised in a more conservative corner of Massachusetts, stories of missionaries giving their...

Mountain Spirit

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’...

Mountain Spirit

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...

Mountain Spirit

“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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