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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,...

CAP in the News

A youth group from a Connecticut-based Catholic church returned to the tri-county area for the sixth straight year to spread a little Christmas joy to the area’s most needy. Red more at TheNewsJournal....

Mountain Spirit

The Operation Sharing model of gift-in-kind dis­tribution is the direct result of compassionate partner organizations and the relationships they have built with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) over the past 30 years. While the impact of the...

CAP in the News

It was difficult to find a place to park on Saturday at the Grateful Threadz Thrift Store in Mt. Vernon as the lot was full of families flocking to Santa Day to speak with the man in red and receive gifts. A toy drive by Kappa Omicron Nu Honor...

CAP in the News

Wanting to travel and a desire to help people drew Ariel Dawson to the Christian Appalachian Project, a non-profit organization headquartered in Paintsville that focuses on helping the people of eastern and southeastern Kentucky.Read full story at...

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