Last night for community devotion we watched a movie called The Staircase. The film is a beautiful telling of a staircase mysteriously built in the Loretto chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The chapel was established by Catholic nuns in 1878, however...

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Volunteer Recruitment

  Planning has kicked into high gear here at Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) for our alternative spring break programs (WorkFest and YouthFest). In March and April, we will welcome hundreds of college and high school students who will be working...

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When Christian Appalachian Project first visited Barbara and Gloria's home, we knew we had to act. The home they were living in was beyond repair. Thanks to the support of generous donors like you, Barbara and Gloria now have a new home where they...

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Volunteer Voices

As a volunteer with Christian Appalachian Project, I go into homes to assist in creating a safer, warmer, and dryer living environment so lives may be made happier and more comfortable. It felt like forever driving those winding back roads passing...

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Feature Story

The very geography of Appalachia lends itself to severe floods. With steep ravines, narrow valleys, abundant waterways, and rugged, mountainous terrain, it is easy to see how a swift storm can quickly cause damage. When water rushes down from the...

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