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The Water Into Wine Ministry teamed up with Christian Appalachian Project and opened their doors to local government employees who are affected by the government shutdown. Read the full story at WYMT....

Feature Story

The Marion and Thomas Teneralli Housing and Family Advocacy Building was dedicated at CAP headquarters in Paintsville, Kentucky. The building is the home to programs that serve children and their families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities...

Annie F. Downs is committed to promoting literacy in Appalachia and beyond.
Feature Story

Best-selling author and nationally known speaker Annie F. Downs recently partnered with Christian Appalachian Project on a literacy initiative for preschoolers in Rockcastle, McCreary, and Jackson Counties in Kentucky. Downs, who visited Appalachia...

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

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