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  One morning, I was shopping with a slight, older woman with curly, shoulder-length grey hair. She was the only participant in the pantry that day, and some of the pantry volunteers and staff came over to say hello and ask how she was doing. She...

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 WorkFest, Christian Appalachian Project’s college alternative spring break program, is right around the corner! This March, students from more than 35 colleges and universities will spend their spring break serving on home repair projects in...

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A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go to church with my housemates at a Foursquare church. It was a lively service, very different from my regular Catholic Mass, but similar to past experiences I have had at retreats. I enjoyed the chance to...

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  One day in early January, I was interrupted from some of the daily cleaning duties at the pantry when the phone rang. It was one of our participants, speaking at a cheerful near-yell. “HEY! It’s me! It’s Bobbie!” I instantly recognized the man who...

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  Before the holidays, I had the pleasure of spending two days working at CAP's Christmas Basket distributions. One day in Jackson County and the other in Rockcastle County. I enjoyed both days as a chance to serve with my housemates, which I rarely...

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